The gardens look wonderful, I'd enjoy wandering round there. I seem to remember there was a lovely herb garden - or am I confusing it with somewhere else?
Hatfield looks like a great place to visit. I'd enjoyed a wander in those gardens too!
stately gardens and Hatfield House is remarkable...oh and the loely old tree and the avenue of clipped trees. I wonder what type they are and I know there would be a name for that manner of training/clipping. They sure look impressive.
It is a beautiful place, impeccable tended. I wish I didn't always translate wonderful places like this into the amount of money it takes to maintain it.
Oh, this IS a beautiful place and I DO HOPE you return to take more photos!
Amazing! It reminds me of downton abbey! Only nicer, I think! :0)Yes! I too would like to see more photos!
How could you NOT go again and often John, what a beautiful walk it would be. Are the blue flowers in a few of the shots 'blue salvia' or delphiniums?
Magnificent! Now on my list of 'go to's'. Take care.
I like the gardens better than the house! Some stunning shots, John. Thanks for the tour!
Hi John! Thanks for your comment! I love decorating too! Although the mess and the money spent, takes some of the fun away! haha Wishing you a nice day! :))
He pointed well! Beautifully balanced photographs, I loved them, Thank you John.
Just goes to show how attractive our old country houses are - like the shot of the old tools etc in the previous post.
Always great to see a tree allowed to grow to its full potential (photo 5), although the shaped ones are fun. The Canada geese look very handsome, belying their peskier habits. Such interesting gardens ranging from formal to natural -certainly a very pleasant place for a walk or a virtual walk for us.
I love the way you and your camera "see". My favorite of this group is the 4th one, the gnarly old tree.
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