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Good Fences at Great Dixter, East Sussex, UK

Great Dixter, Esat Sussex, UK

Great Dixter, East Sussex, UK

Here is my first entry for the “Good Fences”  Photo Challenge! Every year I do my own English Garden Tour of selected gardens in the UK. This is a handmade fence at Great Dixter Manor and Gardens in East Sussex. I chose this photo because it showed part of the manor house, the wildness of this section of the garden and the use of old limbs and twigs for fencing! Enjoy!

See more about the Challenge Here!

4 Responses to “Good Fences at Great Dixter, East Sussex, UK”

  1. Ida P. Krause

    Wow the color is gorgeous in this shot. – Nice fence and the hint of the manor behind was really nice. – Glad you joined in on the fun.

    Reply

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