Pink summer in Kensington Gardens

Spending time in parks and gardens are really “my thing”. I love the quietness of these places, it is very soothing. After visiting the the oldest of the capital’s eight Royal Parks during my little trip in London last week, I walked through Kensington Gardens on my way to the Natural History Museum of London.

It was before 10 am, so it was very quiet, and some areas were still closed. The colours were amazing!

I’m going to post a Gold & blue and red version of “summer in Kensington gardens” soon ! Stay tuned ! :-)

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    • Thank you, I really love flowers. I think I’ll start to learn about the species, because it’s fascinating ! I envy those people who can say ‘oh, this is that specific specie”.

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