The formal gardens at Ham House by rumpelstiltskin

The formal gardens at Ham House

Ham House was built in 1610, and was given to William Murray by Charles I in 1626. The house has fantastic seventeenth century interiors, and paintings by Van Dyck and Lely. It is currently closed due to covid restrictions, but it was a pleasure to walk round the gardens.

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ham-house-and-garden
Beautiful
May 3rd, 2021  
Stunning gardens! The geometric designs are a delight to see!
May 3rd, 2021  
Very nice! Thanks for the information!
May 3rd, 2021  
Beautiful and not a flower to be seen.
May 3rd, 2021  
Beautiful scenery
May 4th, 2021  
Stunning shot. Love how you composed it. Again thank you for the link. Just discovered your photo calendars. They are great. My wife and I love visiting the UK and having someone knowledgeable highlighting areas of interest is wonderful.
May 4th, 2021  
A lovely shot.
May 4th, 2021  
@elza Leli, thank you so much for your lovely comments! As the current lockdown ends in the UK, I hope to visit and show you other interesting places!
May 4th, 2021  
Wonderful shot
May 4th, 2021  
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