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Last of the Summer Sun at LettsSafari Parks
The golden hues light up LettsSafari parks after a damp, grey summer
The summer is drawing slowly to a close across LettsSafari parks. The nights are shortening, the weather damp. The air is starting to cool a little as the animals wander casually about. Perhaps a lull before the Autumn mating starts. Our amazing photographers have been out to capture the last of the summer light.
The golden early morning light reflects as beautifully as ever. A little more muted and somehow more golden. The insects remain busy, if seemingly a little calmer.
Robert Marshall MRSS’ plastic bottle tree stands tall and bright - a search light toward our plastic abuse. A safari park reminder: Environment does matter!
Birds reflect on the summer gone by. Chattering like old men propping up a fading bar.
The alpacas seem to be relieved that the heat is subsiding. Not that you would have noticed this year!
The environmental sculptures at Exeter’s Capability Brown gardens bask in the golden light. Surrounded by painstakingly rewilded gardens and wildlife.
Evenings draw shards of light through LettsSafari’s Dawlish park. The sound of birds echo around its steep valley walls and around its youthful trees.
And finally - an inspiring nod to a future LettsSafari… Watch that space.
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