My destination on a cycle ride from Sherborne.
The late medieval village church of St Andrew.
A view from a different angle.
Passing through on a cycle ride.
A mass of wild garlic in the woods just off the A352 on the road to Leigh.
A visit to Minterne Gardens
The church of St Andrew which dates from the late medieval.
Inside the church, the alter.
One of the stained glass windows.
The church from the pathway into Minterne Gardens.
The driveway to Minterne House. The house was rebuilt on the site of a Victorian house between 1903 and 1906 in a mixture of styles.
The view across the lake.
The southern aspect of the house.
A foxglove in a shady damp corner of the gardens.
This lake is covered in green algae.
I liked the textures and patterns in this very large leaf.
March 2019 - A long overdue return to Minterne Gardens. A lovely sunny day. Minterne House.
March 2019 - The woodland at the southern end of the gardens.
March 2019 - One of the several waterfalls in the gardens. Oriental borage on the right. Also known as Abraham-Issac and Jacob.
March 2019 - As you can see I have been playing with ND filters to create a long exposure.
March 2019 - Nice reflections in the water.
October 2019 - A perfect hydrangea.
October 2019 - Autumn colour.
October 2019 - A trio of waterfalls.
August 2020 - Minterne House from the ridge walk to the east of the valley.
September 2020 - Field patterns from the ridge above Minterne.