A case in point is this delightful little pocket of a park that I discovered last week. Before de-camping to France 4 years ago I had been living in the Bermondsey / Borough area of south London for just over 4 years and had NOT come across this perfect little space.
|The Red Cross Garden, London, SE1, August 2012, Cari-Jane Hakes|
In 2005 the garden was refurbished and today an impressive panoply of plants and a chattering little fountain and pond sit neatly in front of Red Cross Hall and these teeny tiny cottages by the architect Elijah Hoole (constructed in 1902).
|No. 5 Red Cross Cottages, London SE1, August 2012, Cari-Jane Hakes|
|Teeny Tiny Twisted Seed Pods, Cari-Jane Hakes|
|Summer Frost, Cari-Jane Hakes, August 2012|
|Perfect Peachy Hydrangeas, Cari-Jane Hakes, August 2012|
One of these photographs will become my day 6 photo for the Mecantile Muse's Photo Challenge that will be published tomorrow. You can check out our progress here.