Seeing as I go to this park at least twice a day with Billy, you'd think that by now I'd seen everything.
I'm not sure why, or by whom these flowers were left here. I do like to think that some Brighton-based relative left them; but I doubt it. I can't read the inscription. It was a lovely gesture for Remembrance Sunday.
Could this be two trees that were planted too close together, or is it one tree of 'conjoined twins' who are forced to spend their lives together side by side?
This is the path on top of a row of crypts below. There are benches, a large olive tree, and plenty of shrubs. I hardly ever walk up there, I should go more often.
I'm not a great flower gardener, but I think this is a Hebe. I'm sure someone will tell me if I'm wrong.
A little later in the day I ventured down to Brighton's infamous Kensington Gardens. As you can see, it was a tad busy!!! I was forced to take an alternative route, it would have taken me forever to get past all those crowds.