Today I had a peaceful walk around one of London's largest green spaces, Richmond Park, armed with my new Nikon D3400. After lunch, I walked through a Skylark-protection field, on my way to the Pen Ponds. Unfortunately, I didn't see any Skylarks- that would have been a lifer!
Record shot of a Kestrel chasing a Jackdaw
Great Crested Grebe
From the Pen Ponds, I walked to a nearby stream, where the famous herds of Red Deer were feeding.
A juvenile Common Frog!
Red Deer grazing
I then headed up King Henry's Mound, a viewpoint I'd been wanting to see for ages! From the viewpoint, you can clearly see St Paul's Cathedral, as it is one of many protected 'sightlines of St Paul's' in London, which are protected, undisturbed views of the Cathedral. As there was a huge crowd, it was very difficult to get a clear shot!
A very faint view of St Paul's
A much better shot on my brother's Coolpix L340
I'd definitely come here again, especially to try and find a Dartford Warbler!