UK slips into summer

Sat, May 22, 2010

Climate Change

This was the scene in Gordon Square next to where I work at the University of London at 8.30am  yesterday morning. London looks absolutely stunning at the moment with the beautiful trees displaying their newly acquired green attire and the many parks and squares full of May blossom.


Not to be beaten by the summer scenes in the city, here is a shot of Sussex in the sun this morning.  The UK really looks at its best during May and I feel so blessed to live and work in such fabulous places. Looks like the summer weather has finally arrived this weekend with the hottest temperatures since since September 2009 expected in some parts of the country.


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