When I work at home I miss the morning exercise I get from the bike commute, and if I'm not in the mood for a swim, I usually ride a half hour circuit round Greenwich before I sit down at the desk.
After nipping through the pretty streets of the Ashburnham Triangle I give the legs and lungs a workout up Point Hill, before cutting over Blackheath, against the traffic, and turning into Greenwich Park. Where all the commuters turn left and down the hill to the village, I go straight on and pause for a few minutes at the General Wolfe statue on the top of the slope next to the Royal Observatory.
It's one of the best views in London and I often have it to myself at that time of day.
Often I take a photograph, so I have quite a selection now.
Mist - or perhaps more likely smog? - drifting across to Canary Wharf.
Lovely autumnal scene with damp pavements and fallen horse chestnuts.
A clear and sunny morning, looking particularly grand.