Here are some of my best pics from September.
For this post I’m recycling the title from last year because I couldn’t think of anything better. And, like, it’s not a lie. September days are truly here.
It lives in Heaton Park. What I like about it is that it does its own thing and doesn’t care a fig what everyone thinks of it.
Yay for dancing tree.
This is the opposite of my past post titled Useless Bench. The vast majority of them are actually useful.
The above one is from Heaton Park, the below one from Abney Hall Park.
I don’t have any more photos of benches because… I don’t know why.
Do you ever photograph benches? Do you know anyone who does? Why would anyone do it–or why not?
The title of this post almost sounds like something else, but I assure you, it literally is a bench. As in that thing that you can sit on, usually in parks.
Except when you can’t.
This looks like one of those images that just screams: “YOU HAD ONE JOB!”
It’s not very comfortable, is it?
That one time I took pictures in Heaton Park on Boxing Day and they came out blue.
Yes, it’s the same day as the photo in this post.
It was something new for me, as I don’t go to Heaton Park in winter and I definitely don’t go anywhere during Christmas time. I was glorious!
Do you ever get pleasure from experiencing something so tiny or so trivial for the first time?
Because you can’t ever have too many duck pictures on your blog.
These images show a mother duck with her four ducklings, following her into the water. This is the same Heaton Park pond that featured in my previous duck post.
I can’t believe how lucky I was, having had an opportunity to take these photos. And it just proves that no matter how many times I go to Heaton Park, there is always something new to discover!
Here I give you the pictures from my photoshoot with alpaca in Heaton Park.
It started like this:
Hey, you there! With the camera. Come here and take my picture!
So I did.
Does my profile look good like this?
Thank you! Come again next time!
As promised in my previous post, here are some pictures of Abney Park.
Water lilies, but no ducks or geese here.
So, WordPress peeps, have you ever visited a place that was connected to your favourite author? Whether it was a setting of their book or somewhere the author lived or frequented. Tell me in the comments!
Graze together in perfect harmony
Side by side on the green grass, oh Lord, why don’t we?
My apologies to Sir Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder for butchering their song.