Spring has sprung in London: Photo Essay

It’s finally here. Spring in London. We feared it would never come. Winter in London has been long and cold and cruel. It seemed as though the puddles under the railway bridge near our house would never dry up and every clear day was always cruelly beaten away by swift kicks of rain and snow. Now we can forget the cold and wear shorts in the park and feel terrible angst at work over being denied precious hours in the sun instead of gratitude for a steady thermostat we don’t have to pay for. I took a walk in Battersea Park in South London to our place in Vauxhall and watched London come alive.

Spring in London

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

London in spring Double-Barrelled Travel

What are your favourite spring time spots in London and around the world? Take a photo and show us!

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Dave is the co-founder of Double-Barrelled Travel and has been nomadic since May 2013. When he's not busily working on a novel, he can be found exploring a war museum, sailing a yacht (unfortunately not his own), or hiking up a mountain.

3 comments on “Spring has sprung in London: Photo Essay”

  1. Hannah Thomas Reply

    They’re brilliant photos Dave! I love the blossom photo. What camera do you use? Han x

    • Carmen Allan-Petale Reply

      Thanks Hannah – we use a Canon G1X – very versatile camera. The cherry trees around our place are amazing, worth the wait for

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