Town park unrecognisable in picturesque photograph
- Credit: Caine Hammond Photography
A town park has been left looking unrecognisable after a picturesque picture was taken by a talented young photographer.
Caine Hammond, 27, from Lowestoft, took a photo of Nicholas Everitt Park in Oulton Broad flooded on Monday, April 5.
Mr Hammond started long exposure photographer as a hobby during lockdown.
He said: "When I found out the park was flooded I rushed down and just took a long exposure shot.
"I had to make sure the tide was right and the long exposure lense gives the photo that cloudy and ghostly look."
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Mr Hammond has taken several other photos around Suffolk in Covehithe, Kessingland and under Orwell Bridge in Ipswich.
Mr Hammond said: "I started photography around two years ago but it became a real hobby during lockdown.
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"To take a photo of this standard it just takes practice, practice practice."
Mr Hammond has been overwhelmed by the response to the photo on social media.
He added: "The response online has been amazing and recognised nationally so it is great to know people like the photo."