My last visit to Gage Park was a fairly quiet one; only a few people around.
As I walked through the rose garden I heard quiet whispers of conversation here and there but couldn’t make out the words or see who the voices belonged to. At one point I was focusing my lens on a rose and heard a shaky voice say “walk a little slower”; I widened my view and caught a glimpse of a man enjoying a walk in the rose garden with his elderly mother.
I captured them in a few of my shots that day.
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