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photoblog image Whatton House Gardens 7/7

Whatton House Gardens 7/7

To finish this series in the garden at Whatton House, a venue only just over 5 minutes drive from us, we go back in to the woodland area where this lovely coloured tree caught my eye, and of course in the backgfround are two more "lone seats" which you know I like photographing.

 

I didn't get quite the angle I wanted on this shot but there was a family on a seat the other side of the tree and as it was getting even more like rain coming, which it did, I used the tree to mask them out of the picture.

 

The house has its own website which you can find here should you wish to find out more.

Whatton House Gardens 7/7

To finish this series in the garden at Whatton House, a venue only just over 5 minutes drive from us, we go back in to the woodland area where this lovely coloured tree caught my eye, and of course in the backgfround are two more "lone seats" which you know I like photographing.

 

I didn't get quite the angle I wanted on this shot but there was a family on a seat the other side of the tree and as it was getting even more like rain coming, which it did, I used the tree to mask them out of the picture.

 

The house has its own website which you can find here should you wish to find out more.

comments (14)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 5 Feb 2012, 02:33
This is a beautiful shrub, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Yes I thought so too Ray.
7/7 is my fav of the series... must be the red leaves.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Jacquelyn.
fall image in winter time
Brian Walbey: Yes a memory of what has passed and still to come again this year.
The big old tree on the right is having it's last hurrah after it's many wounds exposed.
Brian Walbey: I guess it must be very old, I wonder if the branches have just rotted or whether they have had lightening strikes, difficult to tell.
Superb capture Brian autumn in all its glory.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Pedroeric.
very nice, love the colours
Brian Walbey: Thanks Rob.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Feb 2012, 13:07
Yes, this is a wonderful, colourful tree I saw sometimes in English gardens -Oh, I wished I could name it! Another peaceful place in Watton House Gardens.
Brian Walbey: Yes as you can see it had just started to drop its leaves and this was only early July.
This is a beautiful capture Brian, I love the autumn colours smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Martin.
Nice changing colours Brian
Brian Walbey: Yes and pre Autumn as well so it must be the bushes natural colour.
You kept the best one for the end Brian. I enjoyed your series.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Richard.
Wow! Que colores !!!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Eduardo.
Great mask then, lovely pictures today & yesterdays's
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Juan.
I'll bet it would have blazed with the sun on it!
Brian Walbey: Yes indeed Tom, sadly by the time I got to this the su had gone in and the rain was on the way.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Feb 2012, 22:27
This has worked out well. Good plan to use the tree to blot out the Great Unwashed. It has a lovely colour.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Alan.

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