Monthly Archives: October 2011

Red Leaves

Whilst wandering around Sheffield Park Garden last autumn the red leaves on this tree caught my eye.  I scouted around until I formed this image.  The vivid red is set off well against the yellow leaves with glimpses of a … Continue reading

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Bear Hut, Killerton

The Bear Hut at Killerton House, Broadclyst was built in 1808.  At one stage it was used to house a bear, hence the name.  This is almost a monochromatic image, with a range of browns in the wood, thatch and … Continue reading

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An Open Door

This image was taken at Sissinghurst Castle Gardens in Kent.  I like the way the light emphasises the texture of the brickwork on an historic brick wall that flows from one side of the door to the other.  The shadowy steps … Continue reading

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He Went That Way!

An image of a duck on the water at Sheffield Park and Garden.  This was taken during our visit last October.  I feel that part of the success of the image is due to the fact it is effectively monochrome.  … Continue reading

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