Kew botanic garden in London are an area you have to visit if you go to London. A huge number of all kinds of tress from around the world and lots of things to do. A newer attraction is the Kew Gardens tree top walk. It takes you 18 metres up in the air, bringing you close to trees in a way that will take your breath away.
The photo was taken in Munich.
Softly the trees begin to sing their farewell song on a nice foggy London night.
This is London’s Tooting Common. A great Park / Common. The main difference seems to be Parks close at night while Commons don’t have fences or gates and are accessible 24/7.
Tooting Bec Common includes a number of formal avenues of trees — the first such avenue to be recorded was a line of oaks to commemorate a visit by Elizabeth I in 1600.
Nice walk and shoot in Battersea Park London. The picture shows the bandstand.
Battersea fields, as Battersea Park was once known, was once a popular spot for duelling. Today the park is home to a small children’s zoo, a boating lake, a bandstand, and several all-weather outdoor sporting facilities including tennis courts, a running track and football pitches. The park is also the site of the London Peace Pagoda, erected in 1985.
A real magic mushrooms picture looks like that:
– Just like any psychoactive substance, the effect on an individual is mainly unpredictable and subjective
– The trip (since it is a long (4-6 hours) experience which takes you beyond normal perception and then back again) is usually inwardly oriented, with strong auditory and visual components.
– It induces deep thought process or “wisdom”. It makes you feel one with nature, universe and even god
– Loss of reality may be experienced and severe anxiety and paranoia can occur
– Feeling fatigued and probably surrounded by a load of mad paintings and some half-eaten chocolate bars
– Flashbacks are the involuntary reliving of an LSD trip or state of mind days, week, or even months after an experience