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Woolsthorpe Manor

 

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  • Ray
  • Thailanddy plu
  • 29 Jul 2015, 02:07
I like your filter, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Nice old trees aren't they.
What wonderful shapes these trees have!!
Brian Walbey: Lovely aren't they. The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 29 Jul 2015, 06:33
I saw also during my garden tours in different countries those circles of flower beds on the grassy meadows - a very fien idea!
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Jul 2015, 07:44
The daffodils have been enclosed by something that looks woven..
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
What a fine woven fence. I've never seen one.
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
What an intriguing fence, Brian. It looks like a woven basket sunk into the ground.
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 29 Jul 2015, 08:15
It is a fence made of willow twigs.
Brian Walbey: It is a fence but it is the tree that is important, there is enough information in the image title for you to work out the importance of the tree.
These bent trees are beautiful Brian. And what a fence!
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
That fenced in circle is a bit of a basket case Brian.
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
I have never seen a basket fence before and am smitten.
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 29 Jul 2015, 13:22
I love the little fence around the trees. A great picture, with all the fresh green.
Astrid.
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
I like the fenced off island for the trees Brian
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 29 Jul 2015, 15:01
I like the woven fence to the flower beds. Is the idea to keep out rabbits and similar?
Brian Walbey: I think the idea is to keep the GUW away from the tree which is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
i love the shape of these trees and that you photographed them in Spring when the leaves were just budding Brian... the tree inside the whicker fence must have been the centerpiece of the garden....petersmile
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 29 Jul 2015, 17:18
Those two trees in the basket are doing the twist, while the others shout.
Brian Walbey: Sort of Louis, the tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in
Ah I think I know why>>>>>>>
Brian Walbey: A Google of Woolsthorpe Manor would soon give the game away, I'd be surprised if you hadn't caught on if you read my replies to most people.
It does look intriguing, googling it gave me the answer
Brian Walbey: Well done Martin, you'll find out for sure on 13th.September.
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston
  • 29 Jul 2015, 20:10
What a lovely woven fence, Brian
Brian Walbey: It is Lisl but actually the tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in.
  • Pauline
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Jul 2015, 20:13
Love those twisting trees, Brian.
Brian Walbey: The tree inside the fencing is probably the second most important tree in history to the one in the Garden of Eden, you'll find out why on the 13th.September if you have time to look in

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