Parks

Puddle Hopping Along the Lee Valley

Lee Valley to Canary Wharf on a week day afternoon in January. Impressions: Blue sky, yawning puddles, canal path obstacles, puddle hopping, fascinating reflections, sea gulls circling, orange tree, early lights Question: What obstacles give you positive new perspective? Images: Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and coaching

Drizzly Walk on the Barbican Highwalks

Barbican on a week day afternoon in December. Impressions: Comfortingly bleak, damp, dark, cloudy, concrete, angular, empty, many ways to wander Question: Where do you walk comfortably when its dark and drizzly? Images: Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and coaching

Country Mouse Walk

For the first time after 16 years of living here, my country mouse aunt came to visit me in London last summer. To my aunt, London is a big, scary, exciting city full of traffic, landmarks and tourists. This was an opportunity to show her the London that I live in. The beautiful, occasionally peaceful, …

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Taking the Path Along the River Mole in Leatherhead

River Mole in Leatherhead on a week day afternoon in December Impressions: Sun, silhouettes, tree branch shapes, cold, breezeless, blue sky, mud, quiet, freedom, winding paths, flowing, sparkling river, aqueduct.  Long haired grass, brambles, nettles, tall, regal trees. Question: Do you take the worn path or go through the mud and brambles? Images: Find out more …

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Christmas Lights in Granary Square

Granary Square on a week day afternoon in December. Impressions: Cloudy, bleak, grey, subdued lights, tiny lights, coloured lights, Christmas anticipation, loud Christmas tree, damp Question: What is the most interesting Christmas tree you have encountered? Images: Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and coaching

Family Walk at Kew Winter Lights

Kew Winter Lights on a week day evening in December. Impressions: Magic, colour, shapes, creative, discovery, cold, crowded, laughing parents, tired children Question: Do you have a traditional family walk over Christmas? Images: Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and coaching