And they call it mellow yellow..
Back in July, on the first day of the Olympics, we decided to go to London and visit Morden Hall Park, which is maintained by the National Trust. Naturally, I had forgotten that some of the roads will be closed due to cycling… but by luck not the roads we were using… thank god otherwise I would have been in trouble. 😀
I have never been to this park before, and what a pleasant surprise we had… there was a rose garden, stream and water mill. Also there was a small cafe and a market on site that was selling fresh farm produce, home-made jams and cakes.
As we strolled around the park, there was a beautiful rose garden with borders full of summer flowers and an abundance of rose bushes, in various colours, which were full of blooms. All in all it was a nice day out, with plenty of places to sit down and rest and lush green lawns for those people who wish to take a picnic with them.
The picture above is one from one of the bushes that was in the gardens… it was amass with flowers
Taken: 28th July 2012
Location: Morden Hall Park
Camera: Panasonic DMZ FZ-48
F Stop: f/4.5
Exposure: 1/200 sec
Focal Length: 4mm
Max Aperture: 2.96875