An ode to Autumn at Regent’s Park, London

It seems likely this may be my last Autumn themed post. We had a few weeks of chilled days but bathed with some sunshine. The leaves were turning gold, red, orange, brown. And I thought we could have it for a bit longer... but the trees are getting naked faster than I supposed it would … Continue reading An ode to Autumn at Regent’s Park, London

Brompton Cemetery, a place for the eternal sleep

Happy Halloween! This has been a strange weekend weather-wise! The mornings have been rainy, grey, windy (RIP my umbrella), but in the afternoon, the autumnal rays of sunshine grace us with their presence. And so I found myself with the perfect conditions for what I was planning this weekend. A nice, tranquil walk through Brompton … Continue reading Brompton Cemetery, a place for the eternal sleep

Autumn walks lead to spooky spots

A quick and weird fact about me: I absolutely love strolls in victorian semi-abandoned cemeteries. If you've been seen my posts for a while, it probably comes as no surprise to you that I'm a lover of spooky spots, gothic churches and tales, victorian ghost stories, bloodsucking creatures aka fictional creatures, the vampire, and well … Continue reading Autumn walks lead to spooky spots