Superbloom at the Tower of London

A coach took members and friends to see Superbloom at the Tower of London. Although from above all looked uniform and dry, once in the moat and close up much more could be seen – cornflowers of many colours, sunflowers, lots of species of daisy and many more. The beautiful close-ups of some of the flowers, taken by Sharon Smith’s daughter Louise, show what a variety there was. We agreed it would have been more spectacular earlier in the year but was still worth seeing. Some of us even tried the slide! Other photos by Wendy Robinson, Gill Denny, Viv Hartill and Marian Rose