I finally managed to load them up for editing so here they are. What really struck me as I looked through them was how very green everything is. Usually by this time of the year the verges are brown, the lawns have bare patches, the vegetation is drooping, but it almost looks spring - a real 'green and pleasant land'.
Absolutely stunning photographs - you're very talented with your camera! And the gardens themselves look gorgeousReplyDelete
Thank you, Chrissie. I do a fair bit of cropping and straightening on Photoshop, of course, but I do enjoy taking snaps.ReplyDelete
The gardens are wonderful. Well worth a visit (if it's your thing).
That's me too, straightening and zoom n'crop!!ReplyDelete
Glorious and just as I remember it from a couple of decades ago!
I shall be going again, that's for sure. I wish Sissinghurst was near enough too.
You need to see Sissinghurst when the roses are in full bloom as they do some wonderful training with spectacular results. I went once in the winter when only the bare bones were visible.ReplyDelete
I did, Diane. I went when I was at Streele farm a couple of times. A wonderful place and, as you say, amazing roses.ReplyDelete