Branch Brook Park

Branch Brook Park, originally uploaded by Valerie Morrison.

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Visited Branch Brook Park today.

“The park is nearly 4 miles long and averages 1/4 mile in width. At 359.72 acres, it is the largest developed park in the County.”

More than 2,000 cherry trees that blossom during April are greater both in variety and number than the famed Washington, D.C., display the result of a 1927 gift from Mrs. Felix Fuld and the Bamberger family. At its height the Cherry Blossom Festival attracts over 10,000 people a day.”

www.branchbrookpark.org/about1.htm

This was one of the first photos I took when we got out of the car. I was going to upload a straight out of camera shot, but I decided to go with the fake HDR instead. I haven’t done one in a while.

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6 thoughts on “Branch Brook Park

  1. Love the sky in this shot!

    Cherry blossom trees are my favorite part of Spring. We have several treelined streets here in Philly that are simply gorgeous.

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    • V says:

      yes, the sky was beautiful and so were the trees. what i would like to do is stand in the middle of the stream with my tripod, but that ain’t happening.

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