We’re organising a day of photographic activity, starting in Crystal Palace Park and finishing at Horniman Museum and Gardens, taking in a pub lunch in between.
Crystal Palace Park is one of the most historically significant London parks. A Grade II listed site, the sights include the nineteenth century dinosaur park, remains of the original exhibition building and a maze, as well as a variety of flora and fauna, including the rare Mandarin Duck.
Horniman Gardens comprises sixteen acres of botanical display, as well as being home to a rich variety of wildlife. Photographic opportunities include some interesting architectural features such as the restored 1903 bandstand, a totem pole and a collection of sundials – although the vagaries of the British weather mean that we can’t guarantee we’ll see the sundials in action!
This walk will be led by Eric Richards and Del Barrett ARPS
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Image (c) Del Barrett ARPS