A Contemporary Bucolic IdyllThis powerfully understated garden was planted entirely with native and naturalised species like the teasles (Dipsacus fullonum) shown here. The garden, featured in the 'back-to-back' category at Tatton 2003, was set amongst beautifully crafted dry stone walls. Follow this link for the full feature article: Tatton Park.
Technical Information: Photographed with a Premier DC2302 Digital Camera.|
Copyright Richard Burkmar 2003. Permission is hereby granted for anyone to use this image for non-commercial purposes which are of benefit to the natural environment. School pupils, students, teachers and educators are invited to use and reproduce the image freely. The photographer should be credited where practicable. Use for commercial purposes is prohibited unless permission is obtained from the copyright holder.|
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