Earlier this year I wrote about this hidden gem in the heart of London; the ruins of St Dunstan in the East
Time flew by quickly and now we are in autumn. From Green Park to Kew Gardens, to my neighbourhood, the city is bursting with colours. I made another visit today to this lovely nook just a stone’s throw from Tower of London. The scene was a magic of burnt oranges, pinks and yellows against the large arches of the ruined church.
Here are some pictures from this season enticing you to make a visit quickly.
I hope you have enjoyed these pictures and the colours of Fall in the ruins of this pristine church. I would love to hear about your experience.
Further from here?
Take a walk further to Fenchurch street, Leadenhall market or go back around Tower Bridge and Tower of London, or have a pint at The Dickens Inn at St Katharine’s Docks.