London Ruled By Plants

By Daan Deol Last edited 24 months ago
London Ruled By Plants

In these pictures, Mother Nature takes back control of the concrete jungle that is London.

A tree grows over a remnant of the Finsbury Park to Alexandra Palace Railway. Photo: Compound Eye
Green takes on red in Hampstead. Photo: BisForBabbPhoto
Algae forms a skin over a canal. Photo: Geoff Holland
Autumn in Hackney. Photo: Sven Loach.
Overgrown by choice: The Churchill Arms in Kensington. Photo: Ian Wylie.
Abbey Wood's Glover Close becomes 'Lover Lose' as nature reclaims. Photo: chutney bannister
Moss on Bankside. Photo: NoDurians
Ivy grows over a fallen cross in Highgate Cemetery. The various plant life and wildlife growing in Highgate Cemetery led to it being added to the English Heritage Register of Parks Interest in 1987. Photo: Jody
Greenery drapes over a Barons Court Underground station sign. Photo: dakota_boo
St Dunstan-in-the-East. Photo: Gareth Evans
A living wall on Edgware Road. The wall was erected in 2011 as a way of tackling air pollution at Edgware Station. Photo: Lindsey Berthoud
Ivy grows near the ROA Rabbit on Hackney Road. Photo: P'ptje
Catford Stadium goes to the dogs. Photo: FJC37.

Last Updated 21 December 2016