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photoblog image Whitlenge Gardens - Week 2 4/7

Whitlenge Gardens - Week 2 4/7

Whitlenge Gardens, in Worcestershire, are the 3 acre show garden of a professional designer incorporating a large variety of trees, shrubs etc. Features include a Twisted brick pillar pergola, Moongate as featured on TV, waterfalls, ponds and streams. I like this but me being me I think the foreground should line up properly with the round gateway instead of being out of line.

 

 

Lisl - this is the Moongate you were asking about the other day. 

Whitlenge Gardens - Week 2 4/7

Whitlenge Gardens, in Worcestershire, are the 3 acre show garden of a professional designer incorporating a large variety of trees, shrubs etc. Features include a Twisted brick pillar pergola, Moongate as featured on TV, waterfalls, ponds and streams. I like this but me being me I think the foreground should line up properly with the round gateway instead of being out of line.

 

 

Lisl - this is the Moongate you were asking about the other day. 

comments (11)

Bel endroit, j'aime les formes arrondies.
Brian Walbey: It all goes together quite nicely.
love the round door, very Hobbiton!!
Brian Walbey: I can wee why it is referred to as a Monngate.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 27 Sep 2018, 04:01
For roasting Christians...perhaps...
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 27 Sep 2018, 06:32
I like the water effect here
Brian Walbey: They balance it off very nicely.
It is a bit surprising that it doesn't
Brian Walbey: It would have done if it was my garden, I like things to match in general.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 27 Sep 2018, 08:18
An interesting corner of this place.
Brian Walbey: Probably the main area of the garden.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 27 Sep 2018, 13:38
Quite right, Brian. Offer to redesign the garden; you could make a fortune. I like the water feature very much.
Brian Walbey: It would have ined up if it was my garden, I like things to match in general.
I can imagine it is a popular place for wedding and family pictures.
Brian Walbey: I doubt they have weddings, there is only a small tearoom for catering. It is basically a nursery with an extensive area of garden.
A very handsome set of features!
Brian Walbey: I wouldn't mind it in my garden if it was big enough.
Oh I love all that wood and brick!
I know what you're saying about lining up... smile
Brian Walbey: I must be a sad person, I wouldmhave made sure they lined up!
Interesting collection of repeating circle shapes in the door, windows and seating.
Brian Walbey: I rather like it, most unusual.

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