Red summer in Kensington Gardens

In  my previous post about Kensington Gardens, I focused on the pink colour. Today, I wanted to shared more vibrant flowers ! I hope you will enjoy these gardens as much as I did, when I walked through them on my way to the Natural History Museum of London.

The Palace Gardens are an intimate, tranquil and secluded oasis, and that’s where I took most of my pictures. Currently, the palace is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

(to be continued…)

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27 responses to “Red summer in Kensington Gardens

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  4. Greetings from Japan :)
    Thank you for choosing to ‘follow’ my humble blog and I am very happy to have discovered yours. I have not had the opportunity to travel to Europe, but thanks to your lens, I can see some of it. I’ll be sure to stop by often. You’re always welcome, too.
    Warm wishes,
    Takami

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    • It is my dream to visit Japan. I think I’ll go there in two years, I still have to save some money for the flight ticket ;-) I hope you will have the chance to visit the Old continent in the future !

      I love your “wildlife” pictures, and I really enjoyed your duck series, that was awesome ! I’ll stop often as well.

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  5. Love the reds. Great photos. Thanks for showing a beautiful side of London. Too many big cities don’t get the recognition they deserve for some of the areas of beauty they possess.

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