Continuing our anticlockwise exercise-based circumnavigation of Perivale Park, we reach Northala fields to the west of the park. As per usual, at sunrise over the mounds.
The swans, in synchrony, were feeding and a heron was watching. The ponds after all are certified fishing ponds, although not allowed at this moment. The reed beds south of the mounds, after 12 years of maturation, are finally looking magnificent. Then, on the way back the local strips of green along the streets are showing colour and the cherry blossom as you can see is now adorning the pavements rather than the trees themselves, at least for a day or two. Summer is just around the corner.