Our international pet photography blog circle takes it on Location this week.
This scene at Beacon Hill Park is featured on postcards, is a backdrop for wedding photography, and is where kids young and old go to feed the ducks and turtles, swans and peacocks. The stone bridge was built in 1889 as part of the park’s original landscape design. Back then special by-laws were passed prohibiting games of chance, carpet cleaning, cattle grazing, and discharging firearms in the park. I’ve never seen a cow in the park, so they must still be in effect.
Beacon Hill Park is also home to the world’s tallest totem pole.
Be sure to visit Central Coast Pet Photographer, Sharon Stokes on location in Australia and then continue around the blog circle by following the links at the end of each post.