Have you ever been to London during Autumn? If so, you’ll know just how pretty it can be. September-November is my favourite time to photograph the city, whilst it’s dressed in vibrant red, orange and yellow leaves.
Last weekend one of my best friends Tommy Reynolds hosted a photo walk in Greenwich Park. Whilst I am up to my eyeballs in work and have deadlines coming out of my ears, I left behind the joys of Lightroom and Final Cut for a day in the beautiful outdoors with some of the loveliest photographers and videographers I know. And I’m so glad I did! We goofed around, modelled for each other, gave each other our best tips, photographed the pretty landscapes, had many laughs, then ended the day filling up our bellies with some awesome Vietnamese food at Pho Street. I really recommend you give this place a try if you haven’t! Delicious noodle and rice dishes and very large portions that even I couldn’t finish!
One of the things I love about Autumn is that whilst the days are getting shorter and cooler, it’s still warm enough to spend the day outside, enjoying the warm, golden colours without getting numb toes!
Meeting at the entrance gates for Greenwich Park on King William Walk, we made our way to One Tree Hill and walked all around the park through the gardens, past the pond and bandstand then onto the Royal Observatory.
These are the photos I captured of the day:
I hope you enjoyed looking through these photos as much as I did working on them!
Thanks to Tom for hosting the walk and for everyone who came along 🙂