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Uploaded 8-Mar-21
Taken 20-Oct-20
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Hills and Dales MetroPark Dogwood Pond Pavilion in Autumn No. 1

As one of the older parks in Dayton Ohio, Hills and Dales owes its existence to the foresight of John Patterson. A believer in the outdoors and as a Dayton philanthropist, John Patterson commissioned famous landscape architects, John Charles Olmsted and Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., to refine his property south of Dayton. In 1918, he transferred the park to the City of Dayton. The park was eventually transferred to the Five Rivers MetroParks in 1999. On this moody autumn afternoon, the Adirondack-style pavilion and surround fall leaves are perfectly reflected by Dogwood Pond.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/8 @ 41 mm, 1/8, ISO 100, No Flash

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An Adirondack Pavilion and fall leaves at Dayton’s Hills and Dales MetroPark are reflected by the adjacent Dogwood Pond