Epping Forest is the largest public open space in London.
Iranian artist Shirin Neshat talks about the paradox of being an artist in exile. In her work, she explores Iran pre- and post-Islamic Revolution, tracing political and societal change through powerful images of women.
Neshat?s provocative photographs and video installations have resonated with the curators of many major international art exhibitions, including the Venice Biennale, where she won the top prize in 1999. Her first feature film, Women Without Men, tells the stories of four women struggling to escape oppression in Tehran. It won her the Silver Lion for best director at the 2010 Venice Film Festival.
Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park, London
This picture of Ali Larijani, Ahmad Jannati, Ali Khamenei and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was taken on Saturday evening and has been circulating in the social media with the creative title The Daltons.
Handkerchief Tree (Davidia Involucrata) in Kenwood Park, North London
This beautiful Handkerchief Tree puts on a spectacular show in Kenwood Park. The arrangement of its flowers can resemble a flock of white doves, giving it another common name, Dove Tree.