Richmond Park in the fog: a quick photo essay

I was so keen to go for a cycle this morning that I didn't let the thick fog put me off. Here's a few photographs taken during our regular Sunday jolly to Richmond Park…

Hammersmith-bridge

Hammersmith Bridge — at 9.30am

Trees

Some majestic-looking trees somewhere between Roehampton Gate and Richmond Gate

Trees-and-trail

The same trees, with the Tamsin Trail alongside

Pond

My favourite pond — Bishop's Pond — which marks the 7-miles-from-home point

Photographers

There were plenty of photographers (note the bum crack of the man on the right) out and about shooting the deer in the mist

Deer

Deer — in the mist, though it was beginning to burn off on the Robin Hood Gate side of the park

Two-deer

And a couple more stags — note the size of the antlers; I would not want to get too close to these animals, particularly as it is rutting season!

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