One day at Richmond Upon Thames

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Richmond Bridge is an 18th-century stone arch bridge that crosses the River Thames at Richmond, connecting the two halves of the present-day London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

If you visit this side of the River and you have patience enough as any photographer should have, you could catch a sky like that.

The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is in south-west London.

I visited so many times this place because I was living not too far from here. So easy to reach by car or bus and relax around the river.

I was enjoying a beer or some food in one of the hundreds of restaurants around the river.

Richmond become part of metropolitan London in 1965 when three smaller council areas joined together.

The River Thames runs for over 10 miles through the borough, linking Hampton Court Palace, Richmond Town Centre and Kew Gardens with London.

Richmond has historic houses, theatres, museums, galleries, exhibits and town centres bursting with life.

Parks take up a great deal of the borough, and include Richmond Park, Bushy Park, Kew Gardens, and Hampton Court Park.

There are over 100 parks and open spaces within its boundary and 140 hectares are designated as part of the Metropolitan Green Belt.

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