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Clumber Park in Autumn

November 14, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Our intention was to head for Lincoln on a steam train photography trip but we thought it would be well worthwhile to call in at the National Trust property in Clumber Park. It’s a good location for a bit of wildlife photography down by Clumber Lake where the swans, ducks and geese gather hoping for easy pickings from any visitors.

Clumber ParkClumber ParkCanada Geese

There’s also a pleasant walk back through the woods to the visitor centre. Old tree stumps are covered with bird seed tempting a variety of  woodland birds down from the surrounding trees to take advantage of some easy food. Of course the resident grey squirrels don’t mind helping themselves too.

Clumber ParkClumber ParkAutumn

The bright autumn sunshine made for some excellent photographic conditions and a few that were just downright difficult.

Clumber ParkClumber ParkOur visit on 09 November 2014 Cormorants

Our full set of photographs can be found here.


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