It was well worth it, I had a lovely long walk (again, two days on the trot!)
As usual, a very photo heavy post! settle back again.
the wind was blowing through the grasses, wish I could have captured the movement
these grasses in the border near the fountain seem to have grown from nowhere since I was here 2 weeks ago
the gunnera makes a great frame for the fountain
dappled shade under the trees
The Sackler crossing across the lake, a twisty slightly sensuous S shaped bridge. Have always wondered why it's called the Sackler crossing - read an inscription on the bridge - named after the family who supported it's installation
Another 330 photos whittled down, and another 4 hour walk.... day off tomorrow, it's a rest day!!
thanks for looking.