Saturday, March 14, 2009




I enjoyed seeing the beauuuuuuutiful parks in London ... green, green, green with impressive and marvelous flowers and plants ...
I think the main reason for this beauty is the rain which almost never stops there ... and of course the nature is taken care of in the best way ...
Here I have put some photos I took of the parks I visited in London in summer ...

5 comments:

Georg said...

Bonjour Chacky,

Yes, you have made some beautiful pictures of London. But it is not too kind and not too true to say, it rains continuously in London.

In fact, they have this Ocean climate with lots of rain, sure, but more important: it seldom freezes over there. Not very hot, not very cold, lukewarm, like English coffee.

Next time you come to London, don't miss Kew Garden, a must.

Georg

Chackavak said...

Dear Georg
Thanks a lot ... when you introduced Kew Garden, I saw its pictures in its website, I should have visited there, I really missed it ... I'll visit it next time if God wills ...
Chackavak

Smorg said...

What a beautiful park!

I'm sort of jealous of the amount of rain you get there. We're in such a prolonged drought here in Southern California that we'll be rationing water this summer. I've better go around photographing the blooming gardens and parks now before they all turn brown in a few months!

Cheers,
Smorg :o)

Chackavak said...

Thanks a lot dear Smorg for your comment, but there is one thing and that is you have great weather in California unlike London where the weather is always bad! There is also a lot of beauty in California :))
Chackavak

brian said...

hi Chacky. i am from new zealand and living near london, i always notice the trees we call 'cabbage trees' planted around britain. they call them palm trees, i think they hope to make it seem more tropical. but Cordyline Australis is a native to new zealand, which has a similar maritime climate to the UK, plenty of rainfall and it can be cold, so they can tolerate conditions which most real palm trees would not. and yes, it is impressive the way nature is protected here, resulting in some very pretty countryside.

brian