Saturday, June 2, 2012

Truro's Victoria Park, in all its glory

Jacob's Ladder
 After hearing about my own battery-operated debacle with my camera, our friends Tiziana and Marco very kindly sent along some of their own photographs of Truro's stunning Victoria Park. You'll notice, of course that the first two shots were taken during the summer while the bottom two are winter scenes.

The park is beautiful in all seasons, apparently.
The swimming hole

There are boardwalks and wooden stairs criss-crossing the place, including the daunting Jacob's Ladder, a challenge for even the most fit stair-walker. And you'll find any number of water falls, large and small, the size of each depending on the season.

Can you imagine that the second and fourth photos capture the same scene? Kind of amazing, isn't it? Thank you, Tiziana and Marco, for sharing these lovely shots!
Cascades in winter

Yep, that's the swimming hole in winter

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