If you have been following my posts last week on this series I photographed while I was visiting Clandeboye Estate, you will realise that it was the perfect sunny day for this garden to be open to the public. Many families had brought picnics while others opted for buying lunch in the Courtyard area while the children enjoyed the jumping on the bouncy castle.
I went up these steps and found this slightly elevated grassed area with all the Tombs of the family resting there.
Last week I showed you a few images from Chapel Walk, Bee and Bear Gardens as well as the Arboretum and Pinetum however today some of these images are from Sheridan and Brenda’s Gardens.
There were thousands of people there that day and that probably for me was the biggest challenge in trying to get the shots without anyone in them. However as the child below was not facing me I thought it was a special moment to capture of this family while quietly enjoying a picnic on the estate overlooking the lake.
I hope you are still with me on this walk. I know I took a lot of images over the 3 hour period that Sunday but it was so beautiful and so much to see.
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As I had no more images of birds from Clandeboye, tomorrow I will be sharing a few images and video of Swallows in a nest and House Mstartins building a nest at Mount Stewart and then back to Clandeboye Estate for 3 final posts.
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