Golders Hill Park

My tutor recommended that I go to Golders Hill Park in order to research for my color project because I was focusing on weathered objects such as stones and autumn leaves. On Sunday, I took the train up to the park and my expectations were vastly exceeded! Golders Hill Park is an extension of Hampstead Heath, which I will certainly be exploring before it gets too cold. The park has many different features, from a small zoo and deer enclosure to fields, forests, gardens, and a grand pergola. The sheer variety of plant life was truly inspiring and I went around the park gathering rocks, leaves, petals… anything that I felt related to my color palette. Here is a short, albeit shaky, video of a snail on a leaf featuring Nina saying, “I’m going to download, like, 20 million photos of plants”.

I highly recommend that everyone visit Golders Hill Park as it has quickly become one of my favorite parks of all time. There is something magical about such a beautiful space where nature and human creation have come together in harmony.

An albino fallow deer at the park

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