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Packwood House 16 of a lot

A different view of the garden with a large plant obscuring most of the view

 

Packwood House 16 of a lot

A different view of the garden with a large plant obscuring most of the view

 

comments (19)

Ce jardin est magnifique.
cool perspective. I like the Triffid implication.
Bill Phillips: Great book!
the garden and the houses around are very beautiful Bill...
when i first opened this page i thought that the large leaves were a sculpture made of metal... the light can play tricks on us some times....petersmile
Bill Phillips: They do have a metallic look Peter now that you mention it
Very nice! It seems to be in the middle of a regular neighborhood - instead of surrounded by fields as I'd expect
Bill Phillips: I would not describe it as a regular neighbourhood. Not many gardens have a hundred yew trees
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 9 Sep 2016, 06:45
I like your obscuring perspective -I wonder how little are the human beings. You seem to be a giant.
Bill Phillips: It was an outing of the Worcestershire branch of very short people Philine grin
You've found some natural framing for this gem of a place, Bill.
Bill Phillips: It is a gem Ginnie. Didn't realise how long it had been since we last went
  • Chris
  • England
  • 9 Sep 2016, 06:55
You clearly had to walk a great distance from the house to get this shot
Bill Phillips: Manchester
Very nicely framed indeed Bill!
Bill Phillips: A bit different smile
I like your composition.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Mary
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 9 Sep 2016, 11:30
These Triffids look rather benign, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Sneaky things Triffids
seems as if that plant did not make it into the final cut to be part of that garden, Bill. i like that clouded sky too.
Bill Phillips: It would have been out of place down below Ayush but was fine where it was
Is this your garden? I've been away.
Bill Phillips: Clearly not for long enough
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 9 Sep 2016, 13:20
Next time, take your machete along. Either self defense or clearing the jungle for a better shot ...
Bill Phillips: This is a lesson in composition Louis....what sort of lesson I will leave you to decide
I like this with the viewer peeking round the plant.
Bill Phillips: A bit of fun I thought Brian
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 9 Sep 2016, 18:03
Looks like your deep in the jungle with the Fugawis.
Bill Phillips: Are you on medication Alan?
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 9 Sep 2016, 18:17
Brilliant all in focus, Bill
Bill Phillips: Wide angle lens Lisl
It's obviously been a good season!
Bill Phillips: The gardens here are always good
I read that book...quite chilling...
Bill Phillips: It is a classic of its type Larry
love the mixed shape composition from foreground to background

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