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Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Snap: Looking Out

 Wednesday means Snap Day when we join Helena  in her challenge to show up to four photos with a visual connection. Today I have chosen a selection from my recent visit to Tyntesfield House, a National Trust property in North Somerset. We had a wander down to the Walled Kitchen Gardens. I have shown a fondness for taking pictures through gates and doors. On this occasion I am giving you a glimpse out of the walled garden.
The first looks out East onto a new orchard that has been recently planted and on into the hills behind.


The second looks out towards the west where there is a further small walled garden which as well as containing some old fruit trees is used as a nursery for young shrubs and trees.

                                                           

The third looks back through this same gate, across the middle of the garden and back out through the first gate.


Lastly a view out of the main gate towards the greenhouses.

                                                            




9 comments:

  1. I think there is something magical about a walled garden - love all these looks out of the fabulous doorways

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  2. The view is wonderful through all the doors. I love the wheelbarrow and fork in the last one. Love that brick wall as well.

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  3. Thanks for all the sneak peaks behind the gates - it all feels quite oz like. My dream plans are to one day buy property with ruins of old stone barns & turn it into a walled garden. Something quite romantic about a closed door to open & reveal beauty.

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  4. Very "The Secret Garden"! I like the last one especially and I completely understand your thing for pictures through doors. I do pictures through windows

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  5. Well done. I like walled gardens too!

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  6. I love your glimpses into the Walled Garden, it has been a few years since I visited, I remember the walled garden was well worth the walk - I caught the bus back!

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  7. lovely views through the doors

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  8. These are great! Really timeless shots.

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  9. I think brick arches are awesome and your photos are great!

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