Snapshot: Snow

The first half of January was drier than average until, on Friday 13th, the first of this winter’s snow finally arrived. It wasn’t much but that didn’t stop us dashing out to get some photographs of the garden sprinkled with the white stuff. Don’t forget to let us know which is your favourite shot…

Anaphalis triplinervis in the Walled Garden

Anaphalis triplinervis in the Walled Garden

Leeks in the Walled Garden

Leeks in the Walled Garden

The Nicolson Rocks

The Nicolson Rocks

Gunnera manicata and Metasequoia glyptostroboides in the Woodland Walk

Gunnera manicata and Metasequoia glyptostroboides in the Woodland Walk

Sundial and Lime-Walk

Sundial and Lime-Walk

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4 Thoughts on Snapshot: Snow

  1. Ali

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    The photo of the sundial and lime walk has to be my favourite shot. I love the perspective of the sundial in the foreground. Lovely!

    • Daniel Cartwright

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      Thanks Ali. Its amazing how much the garden changes with just the smallest ammount of snow!

  2. [email protected]

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    Lovely shots especially the leeks, and a nice blog update. But, I miss a ‘like’ button because I don’t always have something to say, but it’s nice to let you know I stopped by and read your latest post. 🙂

    • Daniel Cartwright

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      Hello Judy, that is lovely to hear thank you – glad you approve of the new look! We are currently investigating the possibility of a ‘Like’ button so watch this space…

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