Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Studley Royal Park is a designated World Heritage site in North Yorkshire which incorporates the ruins of Fountains Abbey within its 800 acre grounds. The park was landscaped in a picturesque romantic style and is considered to be one of England's most important 18th century water gardens. The garden was created by John Aislabie in 1718 and includes ornamental lakes, canals, temples and cascades, as well as a number of follies. This picture shows the Temple of Piety in its setting by the Moon Pond, transformed by autumn colour.
A picture of: Ripon, North Yorkshire, Studley Royal Park ( More pictures of Studley Royal Park by David Swann )
Canon Canon EOS 7D Focal length: 23 mm, Aperture: f 4, ISO: 400 Exposure time: 1/160 sec
Date/Time Creation: November 4, 2013, 3:09 pm
Exposure Mode: 1,
ImageID:1193890, Image size: 3120 x 2080 pixels
Beautiful colours and reflections capturing the autumn hues David.
Absolutely beautiful image, David! Wonderful colours and reflections. Bravo!
Perfection as always David
Wonderful image David, the reflections are stunning.
beautiful! Loving the colours and the reflections.
What a great picture
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