Camley is celebrating its 25th anniversary. It was once a coal yard and is now a beautiful, natural place where Londoners can escape the concrete and the noise.
Beautiful blooms with an ugly name: snake's head!
Standing in the midst of its two acres you would never guess you were in a huge city.
Walking along the edge of the reserve looking across the canal.
The rolling hills, meadow, woodlands, and pond offer a lot for all who visit. I was so pleasantly surprised by Camley Street. It's lovely.