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photoblog image Plas Brandanw Gardens - Part 2 7/7

Plas Brandanw Gardens - Part 2 7/7

ON ANOTHER DAMP, DULL WELSH DAY IN MID-JUNE!!!

One of a series of shots taken at Plas Brondanw Gardens near Porthmadog, North Wales. The house and gardens were the home of Clough Williams-Ellis, who was also the creator of the famous village and gardens of nearby Portmerion, look out for that on my blog later this year.

Plas Brandanw Gardens - Part 2 7/7

ON ANOTHER DAMP, DULL WELSH DAY IN MID-JUNE!!!

One of a series of shots taken at Plas Brondanw Gardens near Porthmadog, North Wales. The house and gardens were the home of Clough Williams-Ellis, who was also the creator of the famous village and gardens of nearby Portmerion, look out for that on my blog later this year.

comments (8)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 28 Apr 2019, 05:00
I would love a water feature like this in my garden, Brian.
Brian Walbey: It's more of a little quarry than a water feature.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 28 Apr 2019, 06:58
Is that a viewing platform up there?
Brian Walbey: Something like that I think, we didn't go up there.
That is a serious rockery Brian grin
Brian Walbey: It appears to be a small quarry and I'm wondering if all the stone used to build the house and things in the garden came from there.
The ferns are beautiful in that location.
Brian Walbey: That particular part, which I think is a little quarry, is very damp indeed which ferns seem to like.
Were you standing at the bottom, Brian, or does this cliff continue down?
Brian Walbey: This was at the bottom, it appears to be a small quarry and I'm wondering if all the stone used to build the house and things in the garden came from there.
A rocky terrain.
Brian Walbey: It appears to be a small quarry and I'm wondering if all the stone used to build the house and things in the garden came from there.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 28 Apr 2019, 17:40
A good place for Williams-Ellis to do a bit of rock climbing smile
Brian Walbey: It appears to be a small quarry and I'm wondering if all the stone used to build the house and things in the garden came from there.
Nice that they kept this part more natural looking
Brian Walbey: It appears to be a small quarry and I'm wondering if all the stone used to build the house and things in the garden came from there, and now nature is taking it back slowly.

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