This is one of the largest of London's Parks.It was laid out by Nash for the Prince Regent after which it is named.Please be patient while the pictures load
Here is sunlight playing on trees. In september when the weather is sunny but the sun is at an autumnal angle you get effects like this
.this is one of a series of walks around the park A delightful walk around the rose garden A delightful walk on the west side of the lakeIf you enter by the gate nearest to Baker street, cross the bridge over the lake and turn right the above is what you will see
if you enter at Clarence Gate, and turn right, either after crossing the bridge, or walking along the south side, these are some of the scenes you might see depending on the time of year..
Your first sight will be the boating lake<
It is full of swans, both in summer and winter
This shows the lake in late spring, when the cherry blossom and daffodils are out.
Here is a squirrel , many of which can be seen in front of what used to be Bedford College
Heron Island is near here and if you are lucky you can see herons as tame as the swans and ducks.
Also in Spring you can see daffodils in the park
Here are more herons
This is as you approach the bridge
At the end of this part of the walk, this is what you see as you approach the bridge over the lake.
The above shows the bridge over the lake facing towards the part of the park just north of Marylebone Green If you turn sharp right you will see St Marylebone Parish Church and York Terrace.If you turn left you come to Queen Mary's Gardens and the inner circle..The Secret Garden