This post is for Cee’s Oddball Challenge.
You must walk on tippy-toes as you creep past the giants’ lair. Take care not to wake them. Run if you feel their stares.
These oddball photos were taken at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, a fascinating place in Cornwall that we just had to revisit during our recent holiday there. We last went to Heligan thirteen years ago and its come on a long way in the years since. The place is called the ‘Lost Gardens’ because they were created at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries but were then left to fall into ruin after the First World War. The gardens were ‘rediscovered’ in the early 1990s and the project to restore them was begun. The teams involved have done a wonderful job and it’s great to see how the place has changed since our last visit.
Here’s another picture of the Mud Maid as she sleeps in the dappled sunlight.
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