In An English Country Garden

Couldn’t resist the shot. Is it the gate on the ‘huh’? Or the rusted rain-butt? Or the shed that curiously is padlocked. Or maybe it’s the overgrowth of nettles. An intriguing place; it struck me as thoroughly ‘English’. I wanted to investigate.

Gate on a huh

A thoroughly English place . . . Photo taken 7th August 2017

 

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After years as a multi-colour octopus in entertainment, now chilling and writing
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2 Responses to In An English Country Garden

  1. Judy says:

    It does look like an intriguing spot. Padlocked? Wonder what is in there or if anyone goes there regularly? I have been binging on Midsomer Murders on Netflix so I am pretty sure there is a skeleton in there and maybe a tool with dried blood on it. And, what’s in that rusted canister?

    • crimsonprose says:

      You and Brian are as bad as each other. And is that John Nettles in Midsomer Murders? Or is it an American version. If the English, then we share an addition. I’ve bee re-watching, trying to work out what month they were filmed by the vegetation shown. Not always possible!

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