Beauty in Regents Park

I popped into London’s Regents Park this week and took some photographs.

One of the blooms that really caught my eye was the wisteria in Queen Mary’s Garden which had the cascading waterfall behind it:

I also liked the ferns – I think I’m more aware of their graphic quality now having seen Karl Blossfeldt’s photogravures from the early 20th Century at an exhibition at The Whitechapel Gallery back in 2013:

Still on the subject of ferns, I took this more geometric photograph of fern fronds near Kew a couple of months ago:

Again with a monochromatic and abstract feel, here’s a picture of falling blossom – a ┬átransient moment captured at Regent’s Park the other day:

The colours of this flowering tree really caught my eye – I don’t know what it is – but it also attracted the bee:

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