PEEL PARK, SALFORD

Peel Park is one of the best Parks I have been to till date. In fact, I have been to this place more than once. Its strategic layout is right beside my University and I often plan to take a long walk amongst the greenish-yellow canopies of this park. At times, it has come across  as a saviour and helped me to take shelter during rains.Many times, it has just been a serene place where I can wander around undisturbed with my thoughts to give me company. The different birds and animals that live in harmony with the natural resources of the park, has often intrigued the amateur photographer in me. At other times, I deliberately go with a frame of mind to get some good photographs out of the place- to capture the various colours and sights of Autumn and the approaching winter.


Peel Park is just like any other park and needs no special description. It functions as a beautiful ground through which the River Irwell flows. It is a regular on the list of those who have pets because on many occassions I have seen alsatians playing happily in the park or chasing a squirrel. It serves as a great picnic spot too, although I have not seen any picnics happening there. It is a great den for the morning and evening walkers to just take some time off their busy schedules and interact with nature. Peel Park also has many subjects that would interest photographers and sometimes I see some photography groups on a mission to take great photos visiting the park. 

This post curates some of the photographs that I have taken of this Park during my visits to the place.

PEEL PARK
OVERLOOKING OLD PINT POT
FROM THE MAIN ROAD
BURST OF AUTUMN COLOURS

THE DESERTED PATHWAY

PEEL PARK OVERLOOKING IRWELL

PATH TO PEEL PARK FROM UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

THE WORLD FROM BELOW 

THE WORLD FROM BELOW II

HIDE AND SEEK

THE LONELY VISITOR 

THE WORLD FROM BELOW III

THE WORLD FROM BELOW IV

THE YELLOW FOLIAGE
EDITED BY: ZISHAN ASAD

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Such a lovely and relaxing location. I can see myself there, reading and doing some of my studying. Especially by the water and the tree that looks like it is welcoming fall. Great photos and post.

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  2. Ana De Jesus says:

    Peel Park looks like somewhere I could go to clear my thoughts and reflect on life. I bet it could inspire me creatively too!

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    1. Maybe it might be a great place to take some photos with your latest fav outfits. . . .Just a thought ! 🙂

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  3. Jessica Ayun says:

    I am excited for Autumn to be honest. Love to see the different shades of leaves.

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  4. Fatima says:

    This place looks amazing and very peaceful. I don’t go to parks much especially when it is cold but in the summer I try to go once in a while with family but I prefer parks where pets are not allowed. Are pets allowed in this park?

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    1. Yes . . I see alsatians and other small dogs out for a walk most times of the day .

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  5. Nya says:

    I love parks and aw, I never knew there was this one nearby ! It looks stunning, specially in Automn. Such a beautiful mixture of colors and through the pictures it feels having a special atmosphere. I will definitely bring my boyfriend there on a surprise date since he doesn’t know it either. He will be thrilled by a cheesy cliche park date Haha. Thank you for sharing this one !

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  6. Dreammerin says:

    The quality of pictures is very good!!
    All these photos created a specific atmosphere!
    Have a nice weekend dear!

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    1. Thanks. You too have a good weekend. 🙂

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