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Saturday, 26 March 2011

INDOOR PLANTS...?

INDOOR PLANTS........?
Another  gem of the Cotswold Hills is Studeley Castle. This was once the home of Katherine Parr the last and surviving wife of Henry V111.
Nowadays the gardens of the castle are well worth a visit and the plants can be found both within the walls as well as out.........
I have always liked the combination of ruins and plants and in black & white can make a classic 'romantic' image......

15 comments:

ADRIAN said...

This looks great viewed large. Another excellent composition

all ways 11 o'clock said...

this looks so very inchanting Trevor.

the capture is exquisite.

well done.

~robert

Life Like This.. said...

'Living remains among dead ruins" Interesting.....Lovely picture. Thanks for sharing.

Greetings
Bhags,
India

Marilena Borriero said...

MERAVIGLIOSA,ottimo lavoro...LIKE Mari

Marilena Borriero said...

BELLISSIMA....LIKE Mari

Sill Scaroni said...

Great composition, beautiful place.
Sill

pharaonx said...

blended with nature. very nice

Andras said...

Awesome shot, i like this old houses!

SKIZO said...

Fabulous
picture
good creations:)

DUTA said...

The sight of living plants within and out of dead ruins is very attractive and interesting!

The fact that it is an historical place, and the shot is in black and white - adds a lot to the dramatic aspect of your picture .

Leovi said...

Excellent photography, I love that wall reduced in high perfect half marimonio with ivy you all a poem. Greetings.

ρομπερτ said...

A bit like life itself. Inside. Outside. Growing together.

Please have a good Tuesday.

daily athens

Georgiana Marin said...

A small piece of history, a place full of life!

Kenneth Larsson said...

I really like ruins. This looks like a interesting place. Thanks for sharing with us!

Have a nice day! :-)

Sandro e Cristina said...

Fantastico scatto Trevor, complimenti.
ciao buon weekend, Sandro & Cristina