I love this sign on the entrance to The Brompton Cemetery!
What a colourful work area !
Some new buildings that have just been finished in Central London. I love all the glass they use these days, must be great to have all that light to work in. Mind you, l hope they have some way to open windows instead of only relying on air conditioning!
This next image shows loads of daffodils which are in swathes all over London. Reminds me of Wordsworth's poem.." I saw a host of golden daffodils...."
This is the Lord's Cricket Ground which l think is interesting building. Tony would love to have a day or a season ticket here!
Saw this very moving wall sculpture outside a Hospital in London. There is one on either side of the main entrance to the hospital .
On our way through London up to Rutland, we stopped in Hendon for a coffee and a sandwich. I had always thought of Hendon as a very smart/posh place to live. Well some of the houses might be amazing but the town centre is definitely not smart as you can see from the image below.!
Saw this lady waiting to cross the road and just had to take an image of this amazing mass of hair.
As we stopped at the traffic lights, l noticed an unusal shop on the other side of the road. Can you see it? It is called "The Welly Workshop"! What a wondeful concept and name! Must try and visit the shop one day on our way up to see Andrew and Gemma.
As we left London, the fog hit! Was not too bad but not very pleasant to drive in, especially when lorries and some car owners don't put their headlights on.
This decorated corridor is outside the toilets in the Supermarket near Andrew's house. It is strange but l noticed people couldn't help smiling at it as they went past .
When we arrived at Andrew and Gemma's house it was nice to see so many plants were starting to bloom in their garden. Spring has "sprung"!