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photoblog image A visit to Berrington Hall 5

A visit to Berrington Hall 5

A visit to Berrington Hall 5

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Un jardin demande beaucoup d'entretien.
Bill Phillips: The national trust gardens are often large and very varied Martine
it's that time of year when half the garden needs culled Bill... and the other half is just taking off... good shot....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Walled gardens often have a mixture of flowers and veg and are constantly being worked!
i like your low down angle, Bill. cannot think of a way to top this image.
Bill Phillips: That is very kind of you Ayush
  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 8 Sep 2017, 03:13
The crook plants in the barrow look like they are done for, Bill...incinerate...incinerate!
Bill Phillips: Compost mate!
A nice point of view, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Frank. Hope you are getting used to being back in hotland!
I can just imagine that as a full-time job, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Most of them are volunteers Ginnie
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 8 Sep 2017, 07:41
All this needs is Monty..
Bill Phillips: I didn't know the Field Marshall was a gardener
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 8 Sep 2017, 08:32
Quite a pleasant study but I would question your chosen point of focus. The music won't play in my iPad.
Bill Phillips: Not sure how I managed to get the focus where it is...wasn't deliberate but I thought "what the heck"
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 8 Sep 2017, 08:33
Now it will, unfortunately.
Bill Phillips: Dreadful isn't it.
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 8 Sep 2017, 09:44
How I would love to achieve colour like that in my garden
Bill Phillips: Buy lots a seeds Lisl and hope for the best
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 8 Sep 2017, 11:53
Don't ask me why, but I think this is a lovely scene.
Bill Phillips: It is a working garden, producing food and flowers
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 8 Sep 2017, 12:00
What a great POV of a lovely English garden.
Bill Phillips: I was sitting on a bench Anne
I love the lavatera on the left. Reminds me to plant some next year. Terrible song.
Bill Phillips: When I found the song I could not believe how awful it is!
  • Alan
  • Portland, Oregon.
  • 8 Sep 2017, 14:26
A labour of love. I could just about cope with the wheelbarrow but would not have a clue about what to do with the flowery things. I bought a garden shovel once but it came with no instructions so it remains unused.
Bill Phillips: Dig would be all the instruction required Alan.
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk : where the sun rises first in England
  • 8 Sep 2017, 21:26
Lunchtime for the workers ... it seems
Bill Phillips: Perhaps they were on strike comrade
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Sep 2017, 07:03
Almost 3D, I love this and what a great picture. I can tell that you had a great time in these gardens walking around and capturing all kind of objects and flowers too. smile
Bill Phillips: Thanks Lady P. Berrington Hall is always worth a visit

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