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Sutton Park (June 2022)

It’s the Platinum Jubilee long weekend so I went for a photo walk in “The Royal Town” of Sutton Coldfield. Specifically to the biggest park in Sutton Coldfield, a mere 30 minutes from Birmingham city centre. Despite it being an official holiday, it wasn’t particularly busy which made it easier to capture some interesting images.

View from the Blackroot Bistro, Sutton Park.
View from the Blackroot Bistro, Sutton Park.
Sutton Park is very popular with dog walkers.
Sutton Park is very popular with dog walkers.
Sutton Park is home to many species of wild fowl. (Blackroot Pool.)
Sutton Park is home to many species of wild fowl.
Ducks on the Blackroot Pool in Sutton Park.
Ducks on the Blackroot Pool in Sutton Park.
The Blackroot Pool, Sutton Park.
The Blackroot Pool, Sutton Park.
The Blackroot Pool weir in Sutton Park.
The Blackroot Pool weir in Sutton Park.
A woman wades in Blackroot Pool with her dog.
A woman wades in Blackroot Pool with her dog.
Blackroot Pool, Sutton Park.
Blackroot Pool, Sutton Park.
A shy pug hides behind a fallen tree branch. (Sutton Park.)
A shy pug hides behind a fallen tree branch.
Pug dog exploring Sutton Park.
Pug dog exploring Sutton Park.
A shallow stream running through Sutton Park.
A shallow stream running through Sutton Park.
Ducks on Blackroot Pool. (Sutton Park.)
Ducks on Blackroot Pool.
A swam swimming on Blackroot Pool. (Sutton Park.)
A swam swimming on Blackroot Pool.
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