Autumn in London gives rise to make-shift shrines especially for Instagrammers who want to immerse themselves in the folly of fall foliage all around. Notably when the green leaves turn to red or orange prior to taking the final flight down on earth. Any such location in London awash with autumnal hues turns itself into this annual pilgrimage made by the nature-lovers and shutterbugs and Kynance Mews is one such place to worship this autumn avatar. I had been making myself available there for the last 4 years (see my post from 2016, 2017, 2018), as the seasons flipped pages, so did I. But I made sure to make a return when the autumn made a return too.
As can be seen in the series of images with the ravishing red leaves as the backdrop, this year takes an exceptionally special leap with the fruit of my love right on my lap, my precious little man Aryan. Year in and year out, it also shows that just like what the autumn leaves do every season, you have to carry on what you do anyways. Having a child on my lap didn’t mean shying away from my annual pilgrimage to Kynance Mews to say hello to the autumn hues. On the contrary, our son seems to be equally enthralled and intrigued in the admiration of autumn as I have been all along. In years to come, we will have another pair of feet making a visit to this site along with us.
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