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A picture tour of Watermead Country Park - a Garden or Park in the town of Thurmaston, in the county of Leicestershire
Watermead Country Park
Watermead Country Park - by Kevin Sinclair ©
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Photographer: © Kevin Sinclair (Gallery)(29th March 2009)
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Camera Make: Panasonic Model: DMC-FZ18
Exposure Program: Program, Focal length: 7.5 mm, ISO: 100, Exposure time: 1/125 sec, Metering Mode: Multi-Segment, Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Date/Time Creation: November 14, 2008, 3:56 pm
ImageID:1085931, Image size: 1024 x 870 pixels

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Comment by James Carter(30th March 2009)

Very unusual subject. I live in Leicestershire, and it's the first time to have seen this new sculpture. The birds like it!

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Comment by Stephanie Jackson(30th March 2009)

I love this one Kevin - the reflections are gorgeous and the sky. Adding to my reflections tour.

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Comment by Sally Birch(30th March 2009)

Lovely shot Kevin, it makes me want to visit

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Comment by Sue H(30th March 2009)

Very interestin! And I love the gull, he seems quite at home.

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Comment by Kevin Sinclair (Photo owner)(30th March 2009)

Thanks, yes a statue picture is just not complete without some kind of bird sitting on someone's head! I'm not sure how old this is now as I seem to remember it from a few years back.Apparently Leicester may have got its name from King Leir of Britain, a mythological pre-Roman king whose body is supposedly buried under the River Soar around here.

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