My daughter Ruth always speaks of the beautiful view from Primrose Hill so entered the Park from there climbed the hill and was well rewarded.
Wandering along I came to this lovely bridge by an entrance to London Zoo
And stopped to watch the swans gliding up towards me
As I walked along this wooden sculpture caught my eye
So beautiful it drew me closer
I walked all around it
Moving on I noticed some more
When I got home Google told me that they were
" The Hub and near the Hub Chainsaw Sculptures
The wooden sculptures are now in place, south of Monkey Gate and north of The Hub. Tom Harvey, the artist, used a chainsaw to carve the sculptures from oak sourced mainly from Richmond Park. Tom worked with a group of ten school children from St James’s and St Michael’s Primary School’s in Westminster to develop ideas for the sculptures. The children visited the proposed site and worked in The Hub to create drawings and clay models based on the theme of ‘play in nature.’ Tom then used these works to inspire his sculptural designs. Funding was provided by the national Playbuilder programme. "
But it was just a brief visit so I left the park.
And enjoyed more views of Regent's Canal on my way back to Kentish town