The Lake at Bedgebury


A photograph of a tree photographed at Bedgebury National Pinetum in Kent.

Camera: Samsung Galaxy S7
Lens: n/a
F/Number: f/1.7
ISO: 50

Focal Distance: 4.2 mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1400 sec
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic
Photographer: Bren Ryan


The great outdoors is the very little thing that makes me smile. I love walking through woodland, photographing flowers and just being out there, taking in nature’s beauty.

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16 responses to “The Lake at Bedgebury”

  1. Your image invites one to enjoy the day sitting by the lake and relaxing for the weekend. Just the purpose of a Cellpic Sunday, no? >grin<

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    1. Thank you xx.. in the winter they do a light festival… Where they light up the trees… Now that is on my bucket list… The photos I’ve seen by others are stunning.

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  2. LOL, I was studying your image looking for the little thing. Then I saw your text and thought, well HECK YEAH Bren!! I love that.

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  3. Beautiful image!! Yes, outdoors is the very little thing that makes us smile.
    Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thanks … love joining in your challenges.

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  4. It is such an amazing photo Bren!

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  5. Wow, looks so peaceful & I love the reflections broken up by the lilies 😃

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    1. Thank you xx It is a beautiful place… we hope to go to the Light Fair they have during winter. Where they illuminate the trees.

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      1. That would be something great to see 😃

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        1. Found this video of it on Youtube… it is mainly done at Christmas time

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          1. Wow, that is amazing; thanks for the video, Bren 👏

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          2. My friend went the other year and showed us some photos.. that was it… I am determined to go and see it myself.

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  6. Great picture of the tree beside the water, Bren!

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