Monday, 17 September 2012

The London Nightly Photoblog



Welcome back to the London Nightly Photoblog at The Daily Constitutional.

We’ve been walking and blogging all day, and there’s time for just one last look at London before lights out.

Maybe you saw tonight’s pictured location on one of today’s London Walks. Perhaps it’s your shot, sent to us at the usual email address.

Of course some London Walks guides will still be out there, Londoning away into the small hours. For them, we borrow a famous London phrase… Goodnight, and good luck.


An urban fox joins a London Walk in Clerkenwell









We’re back tomorrow morning, blogging and walking. The blogging will be right here, so bookmark us.

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2 comments:

  1. I haven't been to London for a LONG time, over 10 years, but I used to go all the time, and sometimes lived there.

    I have never seen a fox in London. Are they somewhat new, or recently became more common? Do they only come out late at night?

    Are they dangerous?

    Is it because foxhunting was recently banned, so now their population is getting out of control?

    KEVP

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    1. Adam replies: This was the second time an urban fox had made a "cameo" on one of my walks. The first time was at Somerset House at dusk and I was too slow to get a pic. The quality of the Clerkenwell pic is poor, but circumstances dictated that a gentle haste was required in getting the shot. The atmosphere on both occasions was thrilling: the group spotted the fox before I did (it was behind me) and they all sort of froze – which made me sense that something was behind me. We've had foxes in London since the 1940s – there's a fascinating website on the topic here: http://www.thefoxwebsite.org/urbanfoxes/index.html

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