The Art Of Wandering - we visited Dulwich Park's Japanese Garden

In a racing world of constant change, there are few things as instinctive for calmness and healing as returning to nature, where we can break free from the shackles of the relentless 'rush' and rediscover the art of wandering.

Originally meadows, the once 'Dilwihs' (meaning 'dill fields') is now recognised as the area of Dulwich, whose namesake park is considered one of the most charming in London. Since 1889 the space has lent it's visitors an escape from the hectic everyday and in amongst the tumbling British blooms sits the serene landscape of their Japanese Garden - balanced for quiet reflection and returning to essence.

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