I love my summer’s In Mary Steven’s Park. Play frisbee, cricket, BBQ, relax with friends and watch time stand still. What more could a lomographer want.
It doesn’t matter who you are, what clique you belong to. When the sun is out and all you want to do is soak those rays up, there is only one place to be in Stourbridge. Mary Steven’s park holds so many memories from all ages like little kids first riding a bike or teenage kids drinking cheap cider for the first time. My first visit was sledging down the ‘Death drop’ at the age of four.
Like all good parks there is places to skate play disc golf and chill with your friends, drink a few beers and most importantly you can capture some awesome shots everywhere. There are other attractions too like the woods for hiding and catching wildlife at it’s best. There is the water area where jets of water shoot out of the ground splashing unsuspecting victims.
And last but by no means least, there is Afro-duck, who bobs up and down the large pond unknowing of his notoriety amongst the human visitors.