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Monday, 23 May 2011

Stockwood Discovery Centre May Visit

I made this visit with just one lens, the Canon 100mm Macro, on my Canon 7D. I anticipated that I would be mainly shooting close-up, and this meant I would not be giving my wound too much strain. The gusty wind did not make shooting exactly easy, nor did the cloud cover really add to the ease of shooting. The sun came in and out, which was challenging, but overall I managed to capture some interesting shots.

When I arrived there were very few visitors, but this soon changed as numerous families filled the area with chattering and laughter. The long tropical greenhouse was open this time with some splendid cactus flowers, whilst outside some of the roses were just stunning. The gardeners have excelled themselves once again and Luton should feel very proud of what the Discovery Centre have achieved in these gardens.

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