As I sit in here my apartment, staring out at giant patches of snow and people rushing to work in layers and layers of clothes, all I can think about is getting myself to warmer climes. It's only January 10 and I'm already desperate for spring. But not just any spring. A London spring! This April it will have been four years since my husband and I took our 10-day vacation to London, and I've pined for it almost every day since our return. When I look at the pictures, I still get teary-eyed. Despite being a large city, London has some of the most beautiful flora and fauna I've ever seen. Everything is so green. And to see a swan gliding across a pond in Hyde Park is truly breathtaking. But enough jabber from me, let's get to some beautiful pictures...
These two were both taken in Regents Park.
The daffodils were incredible, sitting under the shade of a magnificent weeping willow!
A swan in Hyde Park - told ya it was beautiful! ;)
I couldn't believe how vibrant the colors of the grass and flowers were - this picture in Hyde Park shows it best, I think.
And no London springtime slide show would be complete with a visit
to the banks of the Serpentine!
I hope you're feeling a bit warmer now!
-Jerrica, Her Grace of Grammar