Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Dodging the Rain at the P by the S


Thanks for popping in.

Down at the park, it's all fruit and berries this week.

 Leaves have just a small tinge of Autumn about them.

Trees are laden with berries, most of them not for eating.

An unusual insect has landed on the tree trunk.

The formal gardens still look beautiful, the cosmos and the other floaty plant that I don't know the name of, were the perfect choice to peek over the box hedges.

The magnolia grandiflora is at its best.

By the terrace, the borders are blossoming . . .

and the stars of the meadow flowers have changed again.

In a couple of weeks time, this year's outdoor theatre production will be taking place - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.  The audience will start the show in the theatre and then will follow the action out in the grounds.  Fingers crossed for a bit of sunshine.

oops, the set has caved in!



  1. The P at the S looks great doesn't it!

  2. It looks beautiful but PLEASE don't mention the A word as I haven't had my summer holiday yet! I do love outdoor theatre in the summer - I saw the Dream at our local NT property on Midsummer Eve and it didn't rain (bonus)! x

    1. Oh lucky you, how wonderful. September can be a good month weatherwise, maybe we'll have an Indian Summer and a good holiday too. x