A week ago today Anita and I visited Kew Gardens. At the start of our walk the Palm House, stocked full of exotic specimens, was bathed in autumnal sunlight but would look totally different some 6 hours later.
There was certainly no fear of feeling insecure as we traversed the walkway watching mixed flocks of Blue, Great, Coal and Long-tailed Tits feeding amoungst the nearby branches.
Elsewhere we enjoyed the foliage colours, the snaking Sackler Crossing over the lake with its striking black granite walkway and its interesting fence plus the very modern design of the Davies Alpine House.
Once darkness fell the gardens took on a totally different persona as we followed the 'snowflake' trail to the sounds of enchanting music and interesting lighting displays.
Finally back at the Palm House we enjoyed more music as the lighting display bathed the structure in a myriad of colour and patterns.Good Fences.