There is a large lake in front of Kedleston Hall divided by a beautiful bridge that I have featured earlier as a series on Shutterchance, and which you will see again later in the week. The first water in the garden was a series of canals and ponds designed by Charles Bridgeman but when Robert Adams was employed to completely re-landscape the parkland these larger, and more picturesque, lakes were formed. The centrepiece of this part of the lakes is a small island of which you will get a bit more idea tomorrow.
By the way Happy Birthday to me today, the next BIG number gets nearer every year!!
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