RHS Hyde Hall

We made a late decision to book a slot to visit Hyde Hall and I am so glad we did.

It was a little fresh but the sun was warm which made for a lovely autumnal day.

Last time we visited Hyde Hall (just after lock down), it was busy, chaotic and poorly planned.

Today there were much fewer people. The organisation was so much better as were the amenities and we had so much space to enjoy the gardens.

Best of all the gardens were spectacular. The colours and variety of plants showing off in this early autumnal sun was stunning.

Such a lovely visit. It almost felt like we were there on our own and this awful Covid world was miles behind.

I took the Fujifilm X100T and got some lovely photos. I particularly like this view through the trees.

Expect more floral and autumnal shots to follow.

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