We 'visited' Gondwanaland last weekend. I always think that words along these lines could be the opening of a novel...
This particular Gondwanaland, however, is only about an hour away from our home. It forms part of the landscape that makes up Marks Hall Gardens and Arboretum. I hope my photos demonstrate the reason we try to visit each autumn before the trees lose their leaves.
|Claret Ash 'Raywood' (Fraxinus angustifolia)|
|Guelder rose berries (I think)|
|Edge of the lake|
|I should know this one...|
|A peep through the undergrowth|
|Mr and Mrs|
|Cornflower... last hint of summer|
|Poppy, paving the way for November|