London in Autumn (Year Two)

Last October I took some photos of the autumn colours (fall colors) in Regent’s Park.  Before you read that post again, let’s see if West London can beat it.

Squirrel in Hyde Park

I found those sycamore leaves in Hyde Park last week.  It’s a bit deceptive, because only a few leaves had turned; most of the leaves on the trees were still green.   Porchester Square was the same – as I could see through the railings.

Porchester Square

The horse chestnuts in the park had already produced their seeds – conkers.

conkers from horse chestnut tree

I wanted to keep some conkers to take home, but I had some tough, and hungry, competition.

Hyde Park Squirrel

5 thoughts on “London in Autumn (Year Two)

    1. There are loads of squirrels in London’s parks, and loads of trees, so I think they have plenty of food to go round. Could have spared one or two for me!


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