Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Watch Out

Here comes trouble girls. Quick into the water.
This lake built by Queen Caroline (wife of King George II) in 1730 divides Hyde Park and Kensington Park. The Serpentine bridge that you can see in the distance is the division between the Serpentine in Hyde Park and the Long Water in Kensington Park.

Great comments on my Tiger Post yesterday, if you missed them take a look. Here's a couple:

Marley - On his way to the auditions for the next Tony the Tiger, Barry realised he'd forgotten his costume!
amisare waswerebeen - Finally, Anthony found a place where he could be himself and go on the prowl.


Karine said...

I love this shot and your caption for it, it's so entirely appropriate lol

Unknown said...

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Richard said...

That litlle black thing was very keen about the geese, huh?

Becky said...

I've been to this park numerous times! And I love all the birds. The swans, especially. It's a beautiful place. But I never knew of the boundaries - thanks for teaching me something new today!

marley said...

Yay me! Glad you liked it. I'm a Frosties eater so what else could I think?! Thanks for the link :)

Anonymous said...

Memories. After London marathon this year I walked there and over that bridge on my way to my room and the bathtub in Paddington.

Very nice to be reminded. London marathon gave me a very good healthy pain in my legs and a lot of endorphins.

BambuleJule said...


So you can read the thought of other animals?!!? ;-)

Sometime the situation is a total opposite. Yes, once I was bite by a duck when I thought: "here comes trouble girl!"


WhatKathyDid said...

You can swim in the Serpentine too - there's a dedicated bathing area. It's great on a sunny day...hopefully there will be more of them soon...

Kirigalpoththa said...

Good photo!

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