Photo Of The Week is our most popular feature – loved by people all over Teddington and the focus of many a conversation when we’re out and about locally.
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Who else has got that Friday Feeling? We certainly have!
Here’s photo of the week…
5. Spring is here!
— Mark Freeman (@MF60uk) March 17, 2019
4. Great picture!
Good morning Monday #MondayMorning @theroyalparks #Bushypark @TLTeddington #teddington @Teddington_Town @Anglers_TW11 @ExploreRichmond @LoveHamptonWick @visitlondon @TwickTribune pic.twitter.com/hfFDSQdrPQ
— Louise Oliver (@Lolliolly) March 18, 2019
3. Fab action shot!
A beautiful female kestrel looking for lunch yesterday in Bushy Park #earthcapture #bushypark #wildlife @Teddington_Town @TwickTribune @TwitTeddington @SurreysWildlife @visitlondon @BBCEarth @theroyalparks @SurreyLife pic.twitter.com/ncViKdHzt4
— Paul Furner Photography (@paulfurner) March 19, 2019
After a magical dawn the sunrise in #BuishyPark was delightful. 18/3 @TwickTribune @TwitTeddington @Teddington_Town @SurreysWildlife @visitlondon @Visit_Richmond1 @BBCEarth @earthcapture @theroyalparks @SurreyLife @TWmagazines @ParksforLondon @bbcweatherwatch pic.twitter.com/MEH3T9dvhy
— Sue Lindenberg (@patlinberg) March 18, 2019
1.Our worthy winner this week!
I was wondering why so many of my cherry blossom petals were on the ground and then I saw the culprit @Teddington_Town @TwickTribune @Visit_Richmond1 @visitlondon @Natures_Voice @BBCSpringwatch @SurreyLife @SurreysWildlife pic.twitter.com/Hym1lrKD6d
— Amandacook (@amandaecook42) March 20, 2019