Gold and blue palette in Kensington Gardens

This is going to be my last post about Kensington Gardens, after the pink and red summer entries !  An arched arbour of red-twigged lime, known as the Cradle Walk, surrounds the palace garden with arched viewpoints and that’s where I took most of my pictures. There are several benches were you can sit down in the shade, that was nice.

There is one exit towards the Natural History Museum, so I made my way towards this other famous landmark of London ! … for work this time.


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  5. Your capture of those tiny beauties is amazing!
    Thanks for the follow. Your photography is truly breathtaking, I hope you feel like joining my Texture Tuesday challenge soon :)
    Have a great day!


    • I’m looking at all these photography challenges, but I’ve never participated to any of them ! It seems a bit obscure for me :s I may give it a go, but I may need more explanation first (I sound a bit stupid right now I’m sure ;D). so basically, I have to post on a Tuesday if it’s a Tuesday challenge or can I post on Thursday for example ?


      • My Texture Tuesday challenge begins Tuesday and closes the next Monday to give you almost a week to find a texture, get a shot and share it.
        My hope is to see the texture surrounding others and get a glimps of the details around in other places, but in a fun, simple way.
        My followers and I also get to do a bit of bloghopping and meet other fellow bloggers :)


  6. Hi there,
    Thanks for taking the time to stop my my little corner of the blogosphere, and for the follow. Your support is greatly appreciated, Hope to see more from you,
    Have a great day, :-)


  7. Thanks for completing the series. I love the Natural History Museum. I love that it is free to enter as well. So cool.


    • Yeah, I love NHM. Considering it is free, it is very well maintained and interesting. I didn’t really have a lot of time to visit the exhibits, but I walked through the labs, and OMG. Great research facilities, amazing devices and robots, that was amazing !


      • You said you went in for work. What do you do?
        The last time I was there, I thought I saw Emma Watson, the girl who played Hermione in the Harry Potter films there. Nearly asked her but didn’t.


        • I’m a molecular biologist, and there was a conference about biodiversity biobanking held at the NHM of London and Kew Gardens. haha, well, who knows ! a lot of famous people are in London ;-)


          • Wow. That is kind of awesome. I am so unscientific it is hard to believe. Me and the sciences didn’t get along at school.
            I’ve seen some famous people in Dubai as well.


              • Yes, I see. Technical writing is becoming a hard to find suitable opportunities option as well. Everyone is cutting their wages. I’m high maintenance. I need things.


                • When they want to reduce expenses, they only keep the essentials.. the people that matters to make it work.. like the cleaner, the accountant, and people like that. Unfortunately, we are …expendable ;-)


                  • Yes we are. And most people think that anyone can be a writer because you learn at 6 years old. But I’m used to that attitude now.


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