Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Last Days of Winter

Last week I spent an afternoon at a local National Trust property, Tatton Park. I took some lovely photographs but was especially taken with one particular plant that was growing on one wall and around a small window. It was very similar to a hydrangea with new growth and old on the same branches, it looked like winter was still clinging on but was rapidly being taken over by new vibrant green growth and the onset of spring. It was quite difficult to photograph but I think I managed to get some good shots.









2 comments:

  1. I think it is a hydrangea of some variety - very pretty and Japenese looking. I love your blog, the Hepworth Museum looks extraordinary and thank you for the Porthmeon Studios, I was looking for information about Cornwall at the end of the war and the studios ere just what I needed to give my work substance. Best wishes to you and I will keep reading this blog.

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  2. Thanks for your comment Raffaella. Yes the Porthmeor studios are fascinating, what a fabulous place to work in with so much history. Thanks for reading my blog, I hope I can continue to make it interesting.

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