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photoblog image Long Close, The Return 4/5

Long Close, The Return 4/5

As you will see in this picture from last week there is quite a bank of trees at the bottom of the main garden area.  A lot of the garden beyond this point has been left as a natural/wild area, but there are a few interesting items and a mowed pathway to walk through into a large meadow further on.

 

I didn't take many pictures down there but this is one I did take, and once again there is a lovely little seat to sit on and enjoy the quietness of the garden.

Long Close, The Return 4/5

As you will see in this picture from last week there is quite a bank of trees at the bottom of the main garden area.  A lot of the garden beyond this point has been left as a natural/wild area, but there are a few interesting items and a mowed pathway to walk through into a large meadow further on.

 

I didn't take many pictures down there but this is one I did take, and once again there is a lovely little seat to sit on and enjoy the quietness of the garden.

comments (13)

This is a beautiful picture of a wonderful garden Brian.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Frances.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 3 Nov 2011, 06:30
The grass is lush!
Brian Walbey: I suspect not cropping it too short helps it to remain quite lush Ray.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Nov 2011, 06:51
Providing that bloke doesn't ride by on his machine!
Brian Walbey: Surely he wouldn't dare Chris.
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 3 Nov 2011, 07:34
We have made some progress in the garden I see.
Brian Walbey: Yes this is the part beyond the main garden and it is still very nice.
This is the most pleasing picture in this series Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill.
Everything is still green here. Nice garden.
Brian Walbey: Yes it was very green considering it was July, but I wonder if leaving the grass fairly long helps it to stay quite green.
I wouldn't mind that as my garden, Brian - as long as I could afford a couple of gardeners! Do I detect a little Topaz twiddling?
Brian Walbey: Yes I wouldn't want to have to look after all the garden at Long Close. Most of my images get the slightest touch of Topaz to lift the colours a tad Tom.
Lovely scene & great shot Brian, I agree with Bill that this is the best in the series to date.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Fred.
Lots of charm to this section of the garden, Brian, very inviting, indeed.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Beverly.
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Nov 2011, 13:52
This is a really relaxing garden, you could sit in it for hours smile
Brian Walbey: Yes I think one could Linda if it was a lovely day like the one we had.
A nice quite corner Brian, like the longer grass.
Brian Walbey: It is indeed John, and the path leads down towards a big grassy meadow.
What a lovely place to walk in. The wild part sounds interesting
Brian Walbey: Yes it is a lovely place to walk and very quiet Janet.
  • Alan
  • Costa fortune, East Midlands Services
  • 3 Nov 2011, 21:34
What a lovely place this is, Brian. I can just imagine spending a lazy afternoon here.
Brian Walbey: Perhaps we should have an SC gathering there just to chill out together rather than take photos.

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