The last time I went to the National Trust Tyntesfield, in North Somerset, it was a very cold but sunny day. It had been a frosty night so there were some nice frosty images to be had.
This visit was so different. Mild, but so grey. And with so little colour in the gardens yet, it wasn’t the most inspiring place.
But there are always images to be had 😀.
The Orangery picture is composed from 5 (portrait) images as it wasn’t possible to capture the whole scene with the 24-120mm lens I was using. These are stitched together in Lightroom and the verticals corrected.
The best colour (and smell !) outdoors was from the beds of hyacinths. This was taken from below the level of the bed, so they stand out well against the background.
Nikon D750. Nikkor 24-120mm