Thursday, 28 July 2011

what no flowers?

bourton house 007  Quite often I take pictures in an abstract sort of way, I find that I am drawn to form and texture rather than a panoramic scene.
What do you think of these garden pictures with not a flower in sight??
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and for you ladies that have your own “girl sheds”, what about this beautiful pavillion??
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Gardens: Bourton Hill House & Mill Dene, Glos.
p.s. hello to my new followers, I have gained 3 in a day, I hope you enjoy.........


  1. Beautiful photographs Tracey, those gardens are exquisite. Love the pavilion.
    Jo xx

  2. Hi Tracey

    That is a beautiful pavillion, how lovely it must be sitting there relaxing of an evening...Really nice photos. I too like gardens where the focus is on greenery.
    Isabelle x

  3. Beautiful photos - and I want that knitting shed!

    Pomona x

  4. OH YES, that Pavillion is so much nicer than my new shed.

  5. I love the all green garden. I've added grasses and ferns to my garden in recent years and I love the shape and texture they add to the garden, as well as some winter interest - I think they're the bones of any good garden.

    Love the girl shed!

  6. Leaves last so much longer than flowers and can give a garden colour, texture, shape - what more could we ask!