Photos: Trees at Higham Hall

Being at Higham Hall in April for my workshop meant it was a bit early for most flowers (sorry daffodils, don’t meant to ignore you), but it did mean fewer distractions from beautiful trees like this:

There was a splash of non-daffodil yellow by the pond:

I won’t be sharing my spot-the-red-squirrel photo, but here’s something else I saw in the garden that’s much easierto photograph:

higham Hall Dickinson poem quote garden

My next workshops at Higham Hall are:
4 to 9 November 2018 and 31 March to 5 April 2019.
Contact Higham here…

5 Replies to “Photos: Trees at Higham Hall”

  1. I love getting your Emails here in America. However, this time I’m not sure which are paintings & which are photographs.
    I think the first 2 or 3 are paintings.

    1. No, these are all photos! (If it’s a painting I usually give a size in a caption.) Was too busy teaching at Higham Hall to paint much.

  2. The photos are wonderful. Thank you! I just finished a painting of the bark in the first tree picture. It took a long time, trying to get all the colors and textures. I won’t show it without your permission.

    From Ohio

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