I am down with a cold and I am unable to go to London today for the Remembrance Day event.
However, I am posting Day 20 of 100 Days London Photography. These photos were taken a while ago during Remembrance Day. I did not get around to posting then but I am posting them now.
Remembrance Day is commemorated every year on 11 November. The Remembrance Sunday event in London is to remember those who lost lives in war.
Day 19 of 100 Days London Photography. The magnificent oak tree produces acorn. And acorn is a source of food for deer and squirrels. I picked some acorn while walking to Bushy Park in October.
For those of you who have not been to Bushy Park, it is situated opposite Hampton Court Palace and is home to hundreds of deer, birds and squirrels. I was fortunate to photograph a squirrel eating an acorn during one of my morning walks.
Day 18 of 100 Days London Photography. The photos were taken in Richmond Park on an early Saturday morning in October 2017. We were walking towards Pen Ponds when a family of deer crossed in front of us. They were cautious and so were we.
The following are the notes I scribbled while listening to Joel Osteen. Positive vibes come this way…
We have to conceive it on the inside before we’re ever going to receive it on the outside.
But if you develop an image of victory, success, health, abundance, joy, peace and happiness, nothing on earth will be able to hold those things from you.
Get rid of those old wineskins. You must conceive it in your heart and mind before you can receive it.
Will you believe?
Will you let the seed take root?
Continuing from where I left off months ago, here is Day 17 of 100 Days of London Photography. This was taken in Richmond Park, last Saturday. I love the golden autumn colours in the park. The changing colour of leaves totally transformed the park from a greenery landscape to this golden beauty.