Nearby as we walk further into the park there is a fenced off section which acts as a reserve for nature. There are some paths through which are mostly closed off from the public. But one path through caught my eye with its fancy gate.
My photo is just off centre with the gate and path, which is a shame. I'll need to go back to capture this correctly.
Next we enter the park itself. I don't have any pictures of the open space in the park, next time I'll take a few. The park is big. Big enough to have a herd of deer in it. There are currently signs up warning of the park being closed to pedestrians at night because there is a deer cull happening over the next few weeks.
There are large open grass lands with small groves of trees. We had lunch sitting on a log in a grove of trees near the entrance the comes in from Richmond Hill.
Things about London BBC Sherlock did not tell you:
1. It smells like fried rubbish. Like a chippy poured their grease into an open container only the container is London.
2. Foxes scream all night long and it sounds like murder. Eventually you stop going to the window to check. I think this is what they want.
3. No place in London is that white. Maybe inner city, but that place also eat souls so you know. makes sense.
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