Wow...what a gorgeous park...I would love to go dance there...sounds like a wonderful way to spend a warm summer evening under the stars1
What wonderful memories for you Lois and a lovely park. I can see a waterfall there. That would be beautiful! Love Di ♥
the park looks fabulous Lois and from reading your other posts I am happy to hear you are now home and enjoying being back with your special people....
That's really an amazing park. Nice photo memories of it! Oh, and your Header is fabulous!!
This looks like a nice place to visit on a sunny Winter day.
i love all the steps.
I like to see land set aside for parks and places of beauty. Monroe County (Rochester, NY) has several beautiful parks that I enjoy going to.
I was there once but do not remember the reason.
Good to see that such a beautiful park was restored. Lovely photos!
Such a lovely post, Lois. Ault Park reminds me so much of our own Garfield Park. Even down to the structures and bridges. We have a lovely conservatory with a sunken formal garden. Would not surprise me if these parks were created at about the same time; ours also went through a period of decay, and has been brought back from that brink. The nature of life, it seems.Beth
Beautiful park...and bet that would be beautiful with water flowing. And got to look at your hubby's blog in a bit to see if he photographed that big tree!
A beautiful series of photos of a very interesting place
The "area to the side of the pavilion" is the one I like best. :)
I love the tree in the first couple of photos.
Fantastic Images!!! I especially like the one of the flag. You framed it well with the iron work and stone.My Shadow Link: RUDDY TURNSTONE
It's a beautiful park.
I like the lines and light in many of these images:)
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