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An Autumn Morning Walk in Kew Gardens

October 23, 2016

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It’s been a glorious Sunday morning here in SW London and a perfect day to head to Kew Gardens for a walk and to see the beautiful autumn colours as the trees and bushes turn from green to golds and reds. I walked round the gardens for about an hour and a half and took photos with my iPhone 6. Here are my favourites for this mainly photo post:

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I was surprised to find that there was still lots of green around; many trees were only just turning to golds and reds. There were still some flowers to be found too and lots of autumn crocuses in many parts of the Gardens.

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I hope you’ve enjoyed this photo ‘walk’ round Kew Gardens. For a bit more information on the Gardens, see this earlier post: click here.

6 Comments
  1. It’s so amazing that a phone can make such good photos. I enjoyed your photo walk , it reminds me of your monthly posts from Kew Gardens last year.

    • Yes the quality of the phone camera is really good and it means I always have a camera with me! Glad you enjoyed the walk 🙂

  2. Beautiful.It’s been a while since the last visit…. I have always wanted to try Newens for the Maids of Honour. Have you?

    • Thank you. I haven’t been to Maids of Honour for years. I used to go regularly when my kids were school age. I keep saying to the family we must go and have afternoon tea and it would be a good post for the blog. One day …

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