Burgess Park

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Burgess Park is just 20 mins walk down the road from where I live, ashamedly I haven’t been there despite living in the area for over a decade. This morning, I woke up and decided to visit with my Nikon D700.

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And I can’t believe I didn’t visit sooner! It is truly a nice park, even with miserable weather this morning. The park was so big that I didn’t explore fully, I will definitely visit it again from Camberwell entrance.

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I wasn’t aware that there was a huge lake. I was happy when I saw it and said hello to the ducks.

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Towards the end of my visit, only two swans of the lake came to greet me! They wanted food really…

The duo were really adorable, they followed and copied each other. I think they are in love.

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8 comments on “Burgess Park

  1. rooth

    What a lovely park! And the swans didn’t try to attack you? I think you may have met the only two non-attack swans in all of creation

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  2. sam

    It is nice to know you have discovered burgess park the lake is lovely now they have mordenised it aswell and we have new ducks on the lake the Egyptian ducks,those 2 swans have been on the lake for 13/14 years and you are right they both very friendly I use to take my now teenage daughters to feed the ducks and swans when they was both little. Best time is the summer if you get there early on weekends and its nice they have a spot for bbqs.

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    1. Katrina Post author

      How lovely!! Never been at the summertimes but I’ll definitely have a walk around this summer. Thank you for your comment :)

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