After Kensal Green cemetery it was just a short tube journey to alight at West Brompton to go to Brompton Road cemetery. The atmosphere was just so different. Still an overcast, dull, damp day but the cemetery was still a peaceful, inviting space.
I have never seen so many squirrels, racing about, playing and coming up to us, looking for food. Next time I'll take some peanuts although they already looked well fed.
Loved these lions heads on the memorial to the Chelsea pensioners.
This sweet little angel is suffering a bit of subsidence, leaning over.
This tomb for Frederick Leyland, was designed by Edward Burne-Jones, one of my favourite pre-raphelite artists.
If any gardeners out there can shed light on what sort of tree this is I would be grateful as it is just magnificent with it's fruit, a natural christmas decoration. I'd love one in my garden.
I just love this door, with it's scroll work and the patina of time.
Have a peaceful Sunday and don't forget, if you'd like to enter my giveaway there is still time, just go to this link.
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