Inspired by last night’s camera club talk , where the speaker was showing a lot of high contrast mono photos I’ve blipped these topiaried ( if that’s a word) yew trees growing around the garden of New Place in Stratford upon Avon. New place was Shakespeare’s property in the Town when he’d made a bit of money out of his plays. The house no longer exists and is a garden now. I haven’t been there since they did it all up a few years ago.
I shall make a point of going when it reopens to tourists this year.

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