With very little urbex going on and snow holding up proceedings pretty much everywhere, there was only one option – head for the park. Crystal Palace Park has quite a bit of varied history, it has held motor racing, athaletics, most famously the structure that housed The Great Exhibition of 1851 was moved here and stood until it burnt down in 1936. Benjamin Waterhouse
Hawkins created the first lifesize sculptures of dinasours which were unvieled in 1854.

There’s more about the place on Wikipedia

Crystal Palace Park in the Snow (Mark Blundell)

I wasn’t sure what I would find to shoot, Viveca and I have been around the parkĀ  few times with varying photographic success. I knew what I was wanting to produce, not necessarily the actual image itself, but more the processing and therefore framing that I would need, but finding the location and subject was the challenge. Each one of these I knew I had found wat I was looking for and spent a bit of time lining up the shot

Crystal Palace Park in the Snow (Mark Blundell)

Processing went well and I was happy with the results of the images. They came out pretty much as I wanted and I’m happy with the results. Thanks must go to Noiseware Pro for tidying up what were very noisy photos.