What happened after 28

Remember my posts from February?  Every day a new number and a new image of London. (Click here to see the start of 28 Photos Later.)

28th February came and went, and the series ended, leaving me with a stash of London numbers.  Are you ready for more, without the slightest connection to the date?

twentynineLondon in August really needs its parks.  Regent’s Park is a good place to cool down.

Regents Park fountain

Sometimes I exercise in the park, sometimes I just sit under a tree and watch other people exercise.

Regent's Park cones

Just when I’ve relaxed, the local inhabitants come along to annoy me.

Regent's Park squirrel begging

 

 

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. linnetmoss says:

    LOL. The squirrels look the same in “my” Cleveland, though we also have some black ones. Love the pic of the fountain!

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    1. Karolyn Cooper says:

      I’ve never seen a black squirrel. Native squirrels in England are red, but greys have replaced them in most parts of England.

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      1. linnetmoss says:

        And we don’t have the red squirrels, the darling Nutkin ones that you have. The black ones are a sub variety of the greys and I think they interbreed. They seem to be native to northern Ohio and go up into Canada.

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  2. The picture of the fountain is wonderful!

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    1. Karolyn Cooper says:

      The fountain was a happy accident. The camera was set on a fast shutter speed for some bird photography and it captured the water drops on the fountain really well.

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  3. Love that fountain picture – fantastic 🙂

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  4. An inquisitive squirrel or two isn’t really such a bother. 😉 And that fountain pic is remarkable!

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  5. Kim in Fiji says:

    I’m such a nerd – I really like your number photo! But also the fountain. Good heavens, Girlfriend – you are turning into a really professional photographer! Kudos!!

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