Camera Information: Nikon D3100 55-200mm nikkor lens
rmc Officer of the Wild Empire
Registered: February 2012 Location: Dorset Posts: 978
Sat August 11, 2012 4:26am
I should take more of gardens, they are a big part of our country and are enjoyed by many people. Super colours. You have also managed to take it without people walking all over the place.
Gracie Wild Member
Registered: October 2009 Location: Leigh, Lancashire Posts: 141
Sat August 11, 2012 6:27am
Lovely photo and so nice to catch it with no people in it either.
turkeyneck Commander of the Wild Empire
Registered: April 2007 Location: Carmarthenshire Posts: 1,080
Sat August 11, 2012 9:14am
Nice image Lisa, I went here for the first time this year, looks like you had a lot better weather than I did.
------------------------------ “those who stay long in privies forget how foul the smell is” (WND-1 p16)
sweedie Commander of the Wild Empire
Registered: October 2011 Location: cardiff South Wales Posts: 2,226
Sun August 12, 2012 8:08pm
Thank you all..
Richard, all i can do is enjoy other peoples gardening talents, i am useless at it myself..haha..I would love to have green fingers!
Gracie i was loitering for ages waiting for a clear shot and Lee you were saying about the weather .. sore point, this was the first ten minutes, just after i took this there appeared above a huge black cloud..downpour is putting it mildly, it didn't let up either, hence the reason for just one photo, and a few not so great shots of huge trees hahaa we were using them to hide under until such time as we could make a dash for it .. Oh well..another day!