Friday, November 04, 2011

A swift 55 words

Green park


Sitting on a bench eating my packed lunch yesterday, I noticed that the rich colours of autumn have reached London. The sun was shining and the trees in all the royal parks were glowing: dressed in their new attire. But I have one important question. Why do they call it Green Park when it’s orange?

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I was in London for a meeting. Pretty, isn't it?  Go see the G-Man for others.

8 comments:

Brian Miller said...

would def like to be in London...smiles on that last question...

Jinksy said...

Pretty indeed, and a sight echoed in my local park here in Havant!

G-Man said...

Some City Planners are color blind?
Hey, YOU asked!
Excellent Autumn Lunch 55
Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

anthonynorth said...

Ah, memories. I used to enjoy a walk in Green Park when I lived in London many decades ago.

Nara Malone said...

Beautiful! Autumn has been so slow getting here this year.

Monkey Man said...

Looks like many parks here in Portland, Oregon right now. Definitely not green.

Morning said...

festive sentiments and words.

a park can only have one name, but seasons change, life shifts.
love your last line.
smiles.

stay cozy in London.
love the place when I visited there in 2000.

KB said...

That's a very good question.