Victoria Park, Part I – Lights & Benches

This will be the first of three posts on a recent morning I spent in Kitchener’s gorgeous Victoria Park. I woke up at 5:30 and headed out to the park – which is about 2 kilometers down the road from my house. The park is quite big with a slow moving river running through it, creating a large natural island that is connected to the shore by a series of bridges. There are playgorunds, walking paths, gazebos, a restaurant, a gallery, and, of course, lots of lamposts and benches. It’s an amazing place to spend some time. I’ll have more in a day or so, once I finish processing 🙂

Enjoy!

© Michael D. Pereira

©Michael D. Pereira

©Michael D. Pereira

©Michael D. Pereira

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2 responses to “Victoria Park, Part I – Lights & Benches

  1. That’s my wife’s favourite too 🙂 It is a beautiful park. We’re spoiled by gorgeous parks here in Kitchener-Waterloo. It can get pretty busy, but to be honest it’s never really over-crowded.

  2. Sounds like a lovely place! It must get crowded on the weekends, huh? Beautiful shots. I especially like the first one with the light gleaming off the wood and the bridge behind. So nice 🙂

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