Sunday, 27 January 2013

2012 - Grounds at Compton Verney Part Two

DSC02503Flail Mowing. GWebb. July 2012Spitfire Measuring. GWebb. July 2012The finished Spitfire. GWebb. July 2012.The big rake-off! G.Webb. July 2012Courtyard at Compton Verney. GWebb. July 2012
Model aircraft at Compton Verney. GWebb. July 2012.Globe Artichoke at Compton Verney. GWebb. 2012Approach - Compton Verney. GWebb. July 2012.Buddleja globosa at Compton Verney. GWebb. 2012Leaky July. GWebb. 2012.Box trimming. GWebb. July 2012.
Willow Tunnel at Compton Verney. GWebb. 2012.Viburnum lantana at Compton Verney. GWebb. 2012.DSC01295DSC01302Experimental planting! GWebb. 2012Viburnam opulus at Compton Verney. GWebb. 2012.
Honeysuckle. GWebb. 2012.Thujopsis dolobrata. GWebb. Aug 2012.Parking. GWebb. Aug 2012.Red Admiral. GWebb. Aug 2012.Shrubberies at Compton Verney. GWebb Sept 2012.Dipsacus seed head. GWebb. Sept 2012.
Click here to view images on Flickr: Compton Verney 2012,
Part two of my two part yearly review is but a quick whizz through the months of July to December in the grounds at Compton Verney. Snapped while out and about in the grounds, some are composed, yet most were grabbed on the mobile. They open up such a small window on a world I love to be in, a world full of colour, texture and substance. Needless to say it's been a very busy and challenging year, but, the last thing you need right now is another blow-by-blow account, so I'll stick with my plan of photographs and descriptions. This time, having experienced some issues uploading last time, I’ve switched and chosen Flickr as a way to display the images. Let’s see if it works - Enjoy!

Part One can be found via this link

2 comments:

Lucy Corrander at Loose and Leafy said...

How very satisfying it must be to make a page like this. It gives a wider impression for those of us who only see Compton Verney through your blog - sort of pieces together the atmosphere.

Gardener Gary said...

Thanks for comment Lucy. The range of work seems quite straight forward at first, but in fact no two days are the same. I guess that's what makes working at an arts and heritage so interesting - I love it! It's just getting so busy just now there isn't a spare moment to stand back and take it all in, let alone blog about it! Best Wishes, Gary