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A walk in the park #autumn #shotoniphonex #solarcollective #vsco #watford #chasinglight #iphonegram

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Be happy. Be bright. 


@brexpataparis takes us with him for his daily exercise and a walk in the park; could be no other than Oxhey park. A Green Flag Award-winning park with wonderful views and a river running through it. 




Colour is a power which directly influences the soul. 


Could anyone disagree? @tpattle’s picture is proof that we should always try to add some colour in our lives! 

A very special tree, due to how much it looks alike the tree that appears in one of the most popular movies of all ages, ‘The Lion King’ film. The most photographed tree of Cassiobury Park has taken its name from the movie and is known as ‘The Lion King tree’ of Cassiobury Park.


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Wonderful day to meet the Cassiobury Park Education Officer!

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In every walk in with nature, one receives more than he seeks. 


@sarahkerenza takes us for a walk at Cassiobury Park. Cassiobury Park is the largest public open space in Watford comprising of over 190 acres (77 hectares) of green space stretching from Watford town centre to woodland and countryside to the west of the town.


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The sky in small towns is always the prettiest. 


Gorgeous shot by @yo_soy_pradeep who captures the calmness and beauty of Watford town centre. Watford town proves to be photogenic!

We might be used to our town centre being busier, but doesn’t it still feel welcoming and beautiful?


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While on my Boris walk….

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Wherever you go, no matter the weather, always bring your own sunshine.


We couldn’t get enough of Oxhey park anyway, so thank you @watford_town for this awesome shot!

A wooded dell and rolling grassy slopes are separated from the football and hurling pitches by the River Colne.  The slopes are particularly popular when it snows: they offer one of the best sledging areas in Watford! The river Colne runs through this large park of amenity grassland and scattered trees. 


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Morning walk in the woods #bluebells

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Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.


@avelinedaniel inspires whoever is making a list of the places to visit after the lockdown is over! Whippendell Wood is an ancient woodland on the edges of Watford, covering an area of 165.3 acres. A Site of Special Scientific Interest, that has held this status since 1954! Could it be any more stunning? 




Ô, Sunlight! The most precious gold to be found on Earth.


“Be the morning in everyone’s eyes and make their day turn into a thing of beauty”― Anthony T. Hincks. We believe this quote was written with something like this in mind; @duncan_phil captures the moment before the sun rises above Whippendell Woods. Such a magical shot!

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