Why I love SW London..

IMG_2442Because even though it’s only 10 minutes from Victoria we see green every day.

IMG_2443Which means popping out for a pint of milk is a simple pleasure.

IMG_2370And for some strange reason we are surrounded by huge  Laburnum trees with their evocative smell that lingers everywhere: Our equivalent statement scent to orange blossom.

IMG_2353And we get to walk past this to and from school each day.

IMG_2349And disappear in it.

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IMG_2363(an attempt at a panoramic shot. Needs practise)

And we can decide whether to cheer George and his freedom on..or commiserate with the obvious unrequited love of his owner. Hell, I’m not sure if I saw a furry animal of this size my first thought would be ‘Guinea-pig..must find owner’..

IMG_2496 And the playground on the Common becomes our in-child-care-hours Office. No computers allowed.

IMG_2498 IMG_2495 Until a certain person (Charlie) knocks over all the squash..or someone (all of them) needs a wee..IMG_2499And it’s time to go home.
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Laters, Kate x

16 comments

  1. longandluxe

    These images are absolutely gorgeous! And to see two lovely writers in the grass surrounded by actual paper and holding actual pens (instead of computers) – love it!

  2. liampitts

    You make it look so lovely! I live in SW London and have never really thought about the beauty of where I live. Maybe I need to explore more.