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Thursday, 3 July 2014

Doddington Hall Gardens. (3 of 3).

The 3rd & final part of my visit to Doddington Hall.

In the grounds were these very old, twisted Hornbeam trees.

The twists and shapes were really strange.

Still living and thriving in the place where they have fallen.

At the rear of the gardens, on the edge of the extensive meadows are some lovely areas
of trees and ground cover.


A panoramic view of the edge of the gardens looking out over the parkland.

Chives.

An Alium in full flower.

The next few images are of a few of the stunning flowers at Doddington Hall Gardens.





Another statue.


View through to a small temple arbor.

The main entrance into the Hall itself.  We hope to return again for a tour around the
interior of Doddington Hall.  Maybe at Christmas to see the decorations.

Images taken on Panasonic Lumix G5 & Panasonic TZ40 cameras.