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photoblog image Easton Walled Garden 10/10

Easton Walled Garden 10/10

The final shot in this series about the Easton Walled Garden is probably one of the things Maureen liked best about it. In the area that appears to be left to grow wild is this lovely garden building and I think if we could have got it in the boot of our car Maureen would have found somewhere to put it in our garden, she dearly would like to have something like this to sit in rather than our shed which is fairly well loaded up with the usual garden junk one seems to accumulate!

We are off to Swanage for a few days tomorrow, back next weekend, in the meantime enjoy the pictures I have left for you during that time.

I have got 12 of my images on display in an exhibition in Leicester this weekend, quite pleased about that.

Easton Walled Garden 10/10

The final shot in this series about the Easton Walled Garden is probably one of the things Maureen liked best about it. In the area that appears to be left to grow wild is this lovely garden building and I think if we could have got it in the boot of our car Maureen would have found somewhere to put it in our garden, she dearly would like to have something like this to sit in rather than our shed which is fairly well loaded up with the usual garden junk one seems to accumulate!

We are off to Swanage for a few days tomorrow, back next weekend, in the meantime enjoy the pictures I have left for you during that time.

I have got 12 of my images on display in an exhibition in Leicester this weekend, quite pleased about that.

comments (12)

this is my kind of garden Brian... wildflowers....petersmile
Brian Walbey: It's quite a ncie area even though it looks slightly unkempt.
  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 12 May 2017, 03:59
It is a rather lovely scene, too, Brian.

Enjoy Swanage...I know for personal experience that they do great cod&chips down there.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray. I recall you enjoyed Swanage during your stay over here. It will be Cod & Chips tomorrow after our drive down I think, it is a bit over 200 miles from us and Maureen does all pur driving these days so she will be a tad tired.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 12 May 2017, 04:33
Enjoy the trip and have fun at the exhibition, that is a lot of pictures you have there. And this is a wonderful scene.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Astrid, sadly I will miss the exhibition as we are off on hol;iday in the morning.
Oh I do love wild gardens the best! I could live in that little garden building... running water required of course! smile
Have a wonderful visit - see you when you get back.
Congrats on your exhibition!!
Brian Walbey: Maureen is eager to have a building like this in our back garden but realistically we haven't enough room.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 12 May 2017, 06:56
Doesn't this look delightful, I love the horse chestnut flowers and cow parsley
Brian Walbey: It's quite a nice area even though it looks slightly unkempt.
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 12 May 2017, 07:00
I can understand why Maureen would love this in her garden - I always admire these
Brian Walbey: Maureen is eager to have a building like this in our back garden but realistically we haven't enough room.
I'd want to have such a beauty, too, Brian, so you can tell Maureen I'm with her. Happy and safe travels this next week (along with us) and congrats on the images you have on exhibition in Leicester.
Brian Walbey: Maureen is eager to have a building like this in our back garden but realistically we haven't enough room. I hope you both have safe travels as well, I think Cornwall will be lovely at this time of year.
This is a very attractive scene Brian.
Brian Walbey: It's quite a nice area even though it looks slightly unkempt.
Now you know what to get Maureen for her birthday!
Brian Walbey: Maureen is eager to have a building like this in our back garden but realistically we haven't enough room.
There are some very nice garden buildings on the market these days Brian

Enjoy Swanage!
Brian Walbey: Maureen is eager to have a building like this in our back garden but realistically we haven't enough room. We always enjoy Swanage having been there several times, including our honeymoon back in 1971, all we need is the weather to be kind.
What a sweet setting for the little cottage!
Brian Walbey: It's quite a nice area even though it looks slightly unkempt.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 12 May 2017, 18:14
I like the meadow in the foreground, the "unkempt" area - a very nice garden house. I have been around Swanage, a lovely part of England. Enjoy your week!
Brian Walbey: We enjoyed Swanage but sadly had only two sunny days, the rest was damp and dull with rain all day on Wednesday!

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