Spring is always a special season in
London when the grand old lady
awakens from her long winter sleep.

I thought I would share some of my
photos from the past as we are unable to
enjoy it in the same way this year
because of the
coronavirus pandemic.

Please stay at home.
Do you love the Spring as much as me?
St Paul’s Cathedral is always one of my favourite
London locations to visit.
St. Paul's Cathedral
The tulip display are always a joy to the eye.
The colours change each year.
Some of the prettiest displays of
blossom are found away from the main
tourist areas. It always fun to go out
exploring to find new ones.
Fulham Cemetery
, ,
I found this colourful display of tulips
and Cherry blossom close to where I live
in SE16. It sits next to the busy
Jamaica Road and must be a glorious
dash of colour for local residents.
Jamaica Road
Sjømannskirken i London
Another hidden gem in SE16.
This is is the Sjømannskirken I London. The
Norwegian Church and Seamen’s Mission
Memories of Big Ben before it was
shrouded in scaffolding
Formerly known as Trinity Church,
Henry Wood Hall is a hidden gem
situated just off Borough High Street.
Henry Wood Hall
The most popular display of Cherry
blossoms is in Greenwich Park
Greenwich Park
You can even find woodlands with bluebells in
London. My favourite place for a walk through
the dappled sunlight is Oxleas Wood
Oxleas Wood
Remember these trees and plants have
been flowering for centuries and will be
doing the same thing next year.
Stay home. Stay safe. Stay well.

Photographer • Content Creator. London and travel Contact : instagram@des-neil.com

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