The Roof Gardens in Kensington are one of London’s most amazing and incredible landmarks. Set 100ft above London, the Roof Gardens include three gardens totaling one and a half acres along with a private members club and restaurant. The Gardens were the creation of businessman Trevor Bowen who employed landscape architect Ralph Hancock. After two years and £25,000, the Gardens opened to the public in May 1938 for the entry price of a shilling. The Gardens have featured over 500 species of plants and shrubs and even imported rock from Pennsylvania and are now open to the public free of charge. Despite the chilly temperatures, these brave flamingos were out and about and let me snap their photo. Thank you, flamingos, we pay tribute to your bravery.