Hopefully these are in the right place. I thought I'd share some photos from a place that I can never tire of visiting. Bradgate Park is a huge public park in Leicester. In the park you can find lots of wildlife, the main attraction being the wild deer that can be found. Sometimes you can be lucky and get some nice encounters with them. Unfortunately on this occasion, they stayed in the area that is off-limits to the public and the 14-42 lens wouldn't allow me any good shots. The park also has the ruins of Bradgate House, believed to be the birthplace of Lady Jane Grey, one of King Henry VIIIs many queens. At the other end of the park, up on the top of a hill, stands Old John and a war memorial. Reflection View attachment 166272 Lost kite View attachment 166273 Across the park View attachment 166274 The ruins of Bradgate House View attachment 166275 The park police station View attachment 166276 Compass and place marker View attachment 166277 Old John View attachment 166278 A nice place for a rest View attachment 166279 There's no processing on the photos, I'm still trying to work out how to use Aperture mode to get the best results.