One of the best things about autumn is despite it being a dull day, you still get great reflections in the pond
There are a few sculptures I don't like as much, so am saving those for another day... in case there are any days I don't have many photos to include!!
trying to include as much colour as possible
this is another I really liked, so have included it again with the display details for you
last (or first) one in this group
she was hard to capture though, with the light
I may try again next time
the Palm House peeking between their lips gives you a reference point of where you are too.
and the sculptures in the distance, tantalisingly beckoning me closer
I imagine they are by the same artist as the style is very similar
this tree always gives good value for money!
the horse chestnut trees are bursting with conkers
didn't take time to go up here...
on my way past I saw some huge clumps of funghi.... had to go and investigate..
It was still fascinating though
another huge mushroom find
and even the group of coneflowers look great in decay!
(there were still installing them don't forget)
this one is FANTASTIC!
forgot to stop to find out who created them, will do that next time
won't be buying anything though (price, not desire!)
these are for sale (as so many are)
the one on the left is a cool £3,600
now you see why I won't be indulging in any!!
Good job I left when I did as I got home 5 minutes before the meter man came (long story!)
I would have loved to have lingered at Kew today, but never mind, there is always another week!!