Photo By Peter Watts
Deer in Richmond Park
 

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Deer in Richmond Park - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT

Panorama taken from Richmond Park in mid October 2008. The picture shows one of the open grasslands, surrounded by trees changing colour and a small herd of deer. This is the rutting season, and the stag was calling out and staking claim to the roe deer in this group.

Deer in Richmond Park - FURTHER INFORMATION

Deer in Richmond Park - Richmond upon Thames visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Deer in Richmond Park' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Greater London.

Richmond Park covers 955 hectares in south-west London. The park is most famous for the deer that live in it. It is close to Richmond and Kew Gardens, filled with various woods, forests, paths and ponds. Richmond Park is popular for walking, cycling and other outdoor pursuits. Richmond Park is the largest of the Royal Park, the largest urban park in England and almost 3 times the size of Central Park in New York.

This picture was taken near to Richmond Gate at the west end of the park. Nearby are Conduit Wood and Bishop's Pond. Almost hidden from view to the south is Sawyer's Hill, one of the roads that traverses Richmond Park.

TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE

Train: North Sheen, Richmond, Norbiton
Tube: Richmond



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