A Walk in the Park

Last week I went across the road to our local park and took my camera with me.  When I saw that the theme for the Gallery this week was ‘delicate’ I thought these photos would fit perfectly.  Taking the camera really made me look at the park in a different way.

I’ve walked past or through that park nearly every day for the past 13 years.  My children have played there, we’ve had picnics and walked with friends and their dogs.  I’ve taken the odd snap shot of the children and their friends in the past, but never really looked any further than the grass and play equipment.

The original intention of doing this was to try and find something different for my Son and I to do together during the holidays without spending a heap of money.  Unfortunately, so far B hasn’t really shown much interest.  Anxiety levels are riding high after finishing school and he isn’t really interested in doing much more than playing the Wii and watching Top Gear.  But I will continue to try.

So here are a couple of pictures of the beautiful flowers I saw.

To see what others have posted in The Galery you can visit the sticky fingers website.

About Violets Diary

Visually impaired Mum, with VI hubby, 2 disabled children. Disability campaigner, novice blogger and tweeter. Trying to put the world to rights and share our journey and positive stories. https://violetsdiary.wordpress.com
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12 Responses to A Walk in the Park

  1. Emma says:

    Lots of beautiful delicate colours there…

  2. solodialogue says:

    Strange but I expected to see a close up of one flower in each photo but you surprised and delighted me with those blankets of color!

    It’s funny the things we see when we intentionally seek something out with a camera! 🌹

  3. Molly says:

    I love the red ones against the beautiful green background. Lovely shot.


  4. i really like the red flowers – so pretty and dainty. your park has some beautiful floral arrangements x

  5. Louise says:

    That first photo is stunning

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