Painshill Park, near Cobham in Surrey, is a delightful park. On a lovely, sunny day the beautiful grounds, lake, waterwheel and crystal grotto meant there was much to photograph!
Morden Hall Park, owned by the National Trust, offers a pleasant, park walk, and on a sunny morning I managed to take a few decent photos. The second-hand bookshop is large, though I couldn’t find much of interest other than a single science paperback.
The entrance to Studio 9 of the Oaks Park Studios is not very inviting.
It looks like something one might have found in Eastern Europe circa 1950.
Stacked branches reminded me of………
……. an early artwork by my daughter
Today’s local walk – Nonsuch Park. Again!
With 15 minutes to fill, pictures of ponds and daffodils, shot with an iPhone app that saves images in raw format.
I took these pictures in Beddington Park on a cold, miserable and grey morning. It used to be a rather scruffy park but now it’s really quite pretty.
I accidentally took the pictures with a filter on the iPhone camera app and they came out horrible, so I deleted them. I then discovered that the iPhone allows you to undo changes and so the damage done by the filter could be reversed after un-deleting. There was still a lot of work necessary in Photoshop to enhance the colours on such a sunless day. I may have gone a bit to far with the colour enhancements – artist’s prerogative!
Until the ‘social distancing’ becomes a ‘curfew’ it’s still possible to enjoy the parks and countryside. This morning, a walk in the park and a browse past the art gallery turned up a couple of nice images.