Bird Watching Along London’s Waterlink Way

On the 59th day of my Lewisham lockdown, Boris Johnson announced that restrictions in England were easing slightly.

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Day 38 to 40: Wild London Within One Mile

During a busy week of lockdown working, my permitted daily walk has kept me sane. Often just around the block or on calmer days, the one mile stretch up to Hilly Fields in Brockley.

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Day 31 to 36: Late Night View Of Lewisham’s Lockdown

Today’s BBC live news feed claims that over half of humanity is now living under some form of restricted movement.

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Day 23 to 25: A Summary Of London’s Green Chain Walk

London is a fascinating city for infinite reasons. Just one of which is that it holds enough green space to be considered for National Park status.

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Day 18 to 22: Exploring Queen’s House Greenwich, London

For whatever reason (most likely because a trip oversees took place and inspired a flurry of posts) this visit to Greenwich was left unpublished. 

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Day 17: Sunset Over South West London

The late onset of spring here in the UK has meant that every evening there’s been a silencing sunset over south London. Thursday’s was stand-out spectacular.

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Day 13 to 16: Should We Feel Guilty For What We Take For Granted?

Knowing when to stop to appreciate what I’ve got, before it has gone, is a skill that I’ve always grappled with.

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Days 9 to 12: London Just Isn’t London Without Its People

Looking down from my flat on a London with empty streets is sobering. This city has become what it is because of its people.

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Day 8: Memories Of Spring 2019 In Crystal Palace Park, London

Glorious sunshine filled the flat today and I spent a lunch break out on the balcony staring towards the peak of Crystal Palace park on the horizon.

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Day 6: Stay At Home

After attempting a walk on Saturday that became a game of dodging and weaving the gatherings of people on Hilly Fields, we’ve decided to stay around our flat.

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