Bridge at Morden Hall If a bridge is worth photographing once, it's worth photographing several times. I didn't want to waste the lovely blue sky.
Church Bank Street A view up Church Bank Street past the funeral directors to St Peters Church, Darwen.
|Title||Tibetan, Birch-bark, or Paperbark Cherry; Prunus serrula A fantastic tree in the arboretum at Pine Lodge Gardens. Note the crevices have been colonised by lichens.|
|Photo's author||Jonathan Billinger User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||2 Apr 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||Panasonic / DMC-TZ3|
|Exposure time||1/320 s|
|Focal length||4.6 mm|
Tibetan, Birch-bark, or Paperbark Cherry; Prunus serrula A fantastic tree in the arboretum at Pine Lodge Gardens. Note the crevices have been colonised by lichens.
Tibetan, Birch-bark, or Paperbark Cherry; Prunus serrula
Pine Lodge Gardens 1
Pine Lodge Gardens 1 The Japanese garden in Shirley Clemo's superb landscape garden on the outskirts of St. Austell. See; http://www.pine-lodge.co.uk/
Pinetum in early Spring
The Pinetum at Pine Lodge Gardens
Pine Lodge Gardens 2
Pine Lodge Gardens. The water garden in spring splendour. On the left are some Gunnera just beginning to grow. See; http://www.pine-lodge.co.uk/
Magnificent Magnolia at Pine Lodge
Magnificent Magnolia at Pine Lodge, near to Charlestown, Cornwall, Great Britain. The best spring-flowering trees bar none! See; Link Image: http://s0.geograph.org.uk/img/external.png
Japanese Garden at Pine Lodge, nr. St. Austell