Base Camp is where visitors go to relax, unwind, and get familiar with an anthology of earlier material.

London’s Kensington Gardens: Photos

London’s Kensington Gardens, the western side of what is collectively referred to as Hyde Park, is a good place to be when the sun is shining and the day is fresh.

Here are some photos taken by Yours Truly…

Paths crisscross the gardens, offering a variety of courses through the greenery
Fields of green provide perfect spots for picnics or a naps
The Italian Gardens have four fountains around which people gather and rest. Ducks also swim there, using planks to enter and exit the pools
A little bit of art turns even the dullest objects into ornaments
Edward Anthony Jenner (17 May 1749 – 26 January 1823) “father of immunology”, presides over the Italian Gardens
Walk deep enough into the park and you forget you’re in the middle of a rampant metropolis
Nature’s gentle reminder that she can produce things of magnificent scale and stature
If you’re a fan of Lord Of The Rings, you may see an Ent or two in the park, laboring their way through