Autumn Colours in London

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London is filled with trees, shrubs, and flowers. Amazingly the leaves haven’t yet fallen, and occasionally there is a blaze of colour. In my wanderings with Bradshaw’s Hand Book to London, 1862, as my companion, I have found these wonderful sights.

Cotoneaster laden with berries
Pyracantha laden with berries near Fulham Palace

Unknown tree in Fulham Palace grounds
Unknown tree in Fulham Palace grounds
Gingko Biloba changing colour
Gingko Biloba changing colour in Fulham Palace grounds
Vitis cognetiae
Vitis cognetiae in Eltham Palace

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    • Candy Blackham

      Thank you. I had some fun with the Statues in Soho Square recently, and particularly enjoyed exploring and photographing the London Docks – St Katharine Dock, London Dock, West India Docks, and the East India Docks.

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