Curve

This week I am just posting some photos that I love for WPC on the theme of curve

The first batch are from Stratford on Avon taken this April at Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and along the curve of the River Avon looking towardfs Holy Trinity Church where Shakespeare and Anne are buried.

Next are some exquisite photos of Calla Lilies taken by a friend, Anne Bate-Wiliams, in her garden.  The curves are delicate and totally unmatched in the manufactured world for beauty I feel.

 

Lastly, some beautiful curves both natural and man-made that I spotted in Dorset.  The Ammonite-like decorative lampposts are in Lyme Regis and reflect the fact that many fossils are found on the Jurassic Coast.

The other photos are from Abbotsbury and Bennets Water garden

http://abbotsbury-tourism.co.uk/gardens/http://www.bennettswatergardens.com/

 

4 thoughts on “Curve

      • Watch out for deer, how they love them too! 🙂 We have daylilies, oriental lilies and asiatics. Not as many as I’d like but enough for cut flowers.

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      • Bless you the only wildlife round here are cars, dogs, foxes, hedgehogs and birds. We get deer up in the Cotswolds and badgers but not in the housing areas.
        I’d love to see photos of your lilies. They sound wonderful.

        Sent by Brenda Kimmins

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