Photo album Middlesex

Red brick, Hampton Court Palace

The passageway which leads alongside the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace to Henry VIII’s wine cellar. In modern times, the passageway also leads to the palace café, housed in Queen Elizabeth I’s former private kitchen. Something I love to see when I visit England: red brick buildings, where the slightly knackered edges of the […]

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Fountain Court, Hampton Court Palace, Middlesex

Sometimes, there’s more to a picture than meets the eye, and the natural surroundings need a little help. Whilst I do my best to eliminate fakery in my landscape and architectural photography, sometimes a little patience, lateral thinking and light use of Photoshop can work wonders. Read how on my website.

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Hampton Court Palace Gardens

"Under King Henry‘s windows There are most fair and pleasant gardens With royal knots and herbs And many marvellous beasts Such as lions, dragons and other diverse kinds With many vines, seats and strange fruit well kept And nourished with much labour and dilligence."

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Hampton Court Palace Gardens

“Under King Henry‘s windows There are most fair and pleasant gardens With royal knots and herbs And many marvellous beasts Such as lions, dragons and other diverse kinds With many vines, seats and strange fruit well kept And nourished with much labour and dilligence.”

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Hampton Court Palace Gardens

"Under King Henry‘s windows There are most fair and pleasant gardens With royal knots and herbs And many marvellous beasts Such as lions, dragons and other diverse kinds With many vines, seats and strange fruit well kept And nourished with much labour and dilligence."

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