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Cooper Park, Elgin by lezvee
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The grounds of Grant Lodge, Cooper Park, was gifted to the town of Elgin by Colonel George A Cooper for use as a public park. It stands near to the ruins of Elgin Cathedral in the Royal Burgh of Moray, Scotland, UK

Camera used: Nikon Coolpix E3200

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cooper park, elgin, grant lodge, colonel george a cooper, public parks, elgin cathedral, royal burgh of moray, scotland, uk

I live in the UK and in 2011 when I joined Red Bubble,started experimenting with different settings and angles. I enjoy finding suitable pictures of flowers, Scotland, reflections, lamps and seats and have now branched out into different subjects.
In 2013 I finally realised my dream of visiting Australia and New Zealand. Whilst there I purchased a Pentax camera so have been able to expand my portfolio of flower macros among other new and exciting subjects.

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Comments

  • kalaryder
    kalaryder7 months ago

    What a great tree

  • Thank you. Do you remember I had to go on a “battery hunt” from the cathedral? I saw this on the way back.

    – lezvee

  • CreativeEm
    CreativeEm7 months ago

    Beautiful

  • Thank you so much

    – lezvee

  • Fara
    Fara7 months ago

    An amazing tree……………….if you removed the top and put a head on it would look like a prehistoric creature……………………….love it………………….Joyce

  • Thank you Joyce – good imagination. It was the shape and the angle which fascinated me. (Who knows – there might be a head under all that foliage!!!)

    – lezvee

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