One of my favourite things to do in London is to lurk in curious corners.
If you have the inclination to seek the out, London is full of secret spaces that offer a sanctuary of silence. One such place is St Dunstan’s Church Garden. We visited this place last year (see here) and it was lovely to make a return in the sunshine.
St Dunstan-in-the-East has it’s origins in 1100. It has suffered much damage in the Great Fire that started around the corner in Pudding Lane. It was then brought to it’s knees again during the Blitz of WWII. Today it stands roofless but beautiful as a unique garden space.
I do like that, “Worshipful” company of bakers.
Orange. Vibrant, fruitsome, arresting ORANGE is such a wonderful colour. I bought this jersey vest top with it’s revealing back detail from Asos.
Stripes are another favourite of mine. I love stripes in most guises and the combination of navy and white speaks of summer and the seaside to me. I bought this straight maxi in Jane Norman.
Thank you Hiro for these pics. Sorry about “Pudding Lane”