Park tour


We're back to Ernst Thälmann Park. It is actually not the prettiest of places, there was a lot of graffiti and vandalism, but I managed to find some nice things to show you during my stroll. These round benches must be popular during the summer months.
 

The pond and the vegetation around it was also really pretty with all the autumnal color in the trees and being reflected back.


And a last quick look at the leaves in close-up. Hope you've enjoyed the park. You'll find more reflections at Weekend Reflections.

PS: Don't forget to take a look at Halcyon Travels for more from my trip to Israel.

30 comments:

  1. The floating leaves really add to the beauty of the park.

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  2. pretty photos...too bad people have to ruin things :(

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  3. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and you've shown that in your photos! It's a shame that such a nice place is allowed to deteriorate.

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  4. It looks like a pretty place. I sometimes wonder why some places seem to draw graffiti and others don't.

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    1. This part of town is a little more "rough".

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  5. lovely shots...too bad about the vandalism though...

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  6. A gathering spot in the first photo.

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  7. A gathering spot in the first photo.

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  8. You managed to find some real beauty. I love the leaf covered reflections.

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  9. Lovely scene with leaves floating on the water.

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  10. A nice pond with the trees around.

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  11. That is one thing that definitely changed in Europe - so much graffiti - when my brother and wife visited us in California they were amazed no one had vandalized the big Christmas balls and other decorative statues in the nearby shopping center. The reflections and leaves in the pond are so pretty!

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  12. Love the late autumn atmosphere!

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  13. Maybe some day soon someone will propose that the part be renewed.

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  14. The place to rest really is quite attractive and well-designed!

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  15. Love the pond and those reflections! Too bad you had to search for beauty in this park.

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  16. The last one could be a zen poster from japan. Very nice.

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  17. Just goes to show you can find a wee bit of beauty wherever you are Hal, if you look in the right places :)

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  18. The second picture has an impressionistic touch ...

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  19. Love the reflection shot, how beautiful!

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  20. The pond certainly catches my eye.

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  21. Very pretty! The reflections are beautiful.

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  22. The reflection is wonderful!

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  23. Lovely reflection, really nice...

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  24. Lovely reflection, I like a lot.

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