Earlier today I decided to go for a short walk. I've been using my Fuji X-E2 quite a bit lately, but with the 27mm which I returned and with the kit lens, because of its flexibility, but I noticed I had been neglecting my two other lenses. So I decided to head out with the 35mm and the 60mm.
When I arrived I noticed that although most of the winter snow had melted elsewhere, Green Hill Park was a little behind on the melting process as its on top of the hill. Makes sense right?
This is one of the entrances. You'll find two of these pillars on either side of the street. This is the side closest to Lincoln St. and is a one way street going in.
Please note that the photos I took were of random things I found interesting.
This is a small club house building where you could get hotdogs, drinks etc. I'm not sure when it was in use last.
They had some interesting trees there and this one caught my eye.
This is the small pond that is found in front of the Veteran's War Memorial. When Spring arrives this whole area is stunning with bushes, ducks, and flowers on the other side.
On the other side there is this lake that splits up Green Hill Park with the golf course.
I walked over to the wooden porch looking thing and looked down and saw this.
Close by you'll also see this large function area. Families will host events there or barbecues, or even local groups will rent them out for the day during the warmer weather.
This is what it looks like from the inside. Of course you can dress it up and move things around if need be, but its a very good size.
This is my attempt to finding some patterns.
And I wrapped up my walk as it was starting to get really cold with the wind.
I just like the contrast of the sky in this photo.
I visit Green Hill Park a few times a year and have done some portrait sessions there. Looking forward to the Spring to arrive as it really booms then.