Strand Park
New Zealand

This is in Strand Park near Woburn road.( st.albans grove)

i was lost one day driving in lower hutt and came across a parking lot in St.Albans Grove  .near hutt valley high school. And i saw only a small patch of green grass( it was a elevated park) .i did not realized it was a big park.

I just was to shoot the clouds trying to find some green.

i was lucky to find out that this is a large green grass park with the river going to the sea.

Copyright: John law
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 30/03/2012
Updated: 01/12/2012


Tags: hdr; wellington; new zealand
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