I'm not usually one to visit cities, but sometimes needs must. The weather in London was so warm I went for a walk and I'm glad that I did.
Working in London for a few days, I had time to kill at night so decided to go for a walk around the Highgate area. This is a nice characterful part of London and in the beautiful summer evening, it was a pleasure to explore. On my first evenings' jaunt, I found myself in Waterlow Park and this park is particularly pleasing and natural feeling even with the locals sitting on the grass enjoying the weather (like me).
I then walked through the park and found Highgate Cemetery - The east part was open for visitors despite the advertised opening hours. So £4 lighter I spent some time walking around the graveyard with my phone as my camera. This place (understandably) was particularly peaceful and calming, especially being in such a big city, I found myself lingering in the warm summer heat looking at the sunbeams streaming through the trees and illuminating the memorials.