I know we seem to go to a lot of gardens but with two very energetic boys it is the only place they can really let off steam. This for us was a new garden to explore with plenty of bugs under logs, wobbly bridges, bamboo tunnels, rope swings and a tree house. Oh and… Continue reading Postcard from Sir Harold Hiller Gardens
A year ago we spent the day at Mottisfont and my camera battery died . We decided to go there again for an Easter egg trail and guess what , frustratingly my camera battery was uncharged so these are my best shots with my phone! The beautiful angel is by Boris Anrep responsible for mosaics… Continue reading Mottisfont and the mosaic angel
Fessing up! Used this image about a year ago but without the addition of part of my family. I was stuck at the bottom of the hill with a baby in a pushchair so no hope of getting closer. This is how I viewed the willow wild boar. My husband incidentally is 6ft5 so you… Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: perspective
This weeks challenge was to find a three picture story with 1.An establishing shot: a broad photo of your subject. 2.A relationship: two elements interacting with one another. 3.A detail: a close-up of one part of your subject.’ We went for a walk this afternoon with my visiting parents in West Deans Gardens . This… Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: threes
On a drab Sunday , these are the layers we spotted as a family at Hinton Ampner (see below) . A national trust property with a beautiful cafe but a shame it is unheated!!!