10 November 2010

knole park & greenwich


Yes I am still alive! Its been a whole week since my last post, sorry about that! I had a nasty cold on the weekend. Not that that would put me off blogging, but I can't seem to upload any photos and my head cold couldn't deal with working out computer problems! I tried to do this post 4 times now! Anyway, here are some photos of what we've been up to. They are all in the wrong order, the first ones are the last ones. On Saturday, with snot and hot eye balls etc... we went for a trip to Knole Park in Kent. It was lovely and there are lots of tame deers there too. The house is closed this time of year, so we just strolled around and had some lunch there. Afterwards we went home via Greenwich and watched the sun set from the Observertory and had a wander around the Royal naval college grounds. It was super dooper nice. But on sunday my temperature rose again and i was in bed all day. At work I am in the midst of making a new batch of necklaces for the online shop. Just have to solder and Assay them. They are all made out of vintage bits and bobs, lots of weird and wonderful things! But they are one-off therefore. I'll take a few peeky pictures today hopefully!


  1. Hi Artemis,
    hope your feeling better now! :)
    Everybody seems to caught a cold these days...my daughter didn`t went to school today because of rising temperature...so, I guess winter is coming.
    Your photos are wonderful, love the londoner avenues (hope, this is the right word for it...I just looked it up in the dictionary...).
    And I`m a huge fan of your work and blog.I love to read your new postings every morning (besides drinking a big cup of cafè au lait...)!
    Have a healthy November and December! Greetings from South Germany, Beate :)

  2. Thank you! I went to Goldsmiths' College, lived in Blackheath / Greenwich when I was younger and used to go running through Greenwich park every morning. A trip down memory lane, it's still very beautiful.
    We're all full of cold here and feeling a bit sorry for ourselves, this has cheered me up!

  3. Those pics are absolutely fabulous!

  4. these are very joyful pictures, you gotta love a handsome tree in autumn.

  5. greenwich can never come in the wrong order, of it tried...
    i am just a belgian devotee of that london patch of green...
    come back regularly.
    who's the silly one? moi!
    (and loving every inch of it too).

  6. so glad you're back. i was missing you!!

  7. i LOVE this post. dreamy pics, dreamy lives!