We really did need to be wrapped up warm for our walk today around Attingham Park – a National Trust mansion and parkland in Shrewsbury. However, the cold didn’t stop mom and me from getting our cameras out. We started off by walking passed the mansion where I liked the colour and composition of these picnic tables and the grey doorway in the corner.
Around the corner, we tried various angles for photographing these lovely railings, but this seemed to work best.
We headed out into the Deer Park where the herd were head-down grazing.
Finally, we walked round to the Walled Garden which, as expected, was pretty bare at this time of the year. Here the glasshouses caught my eye. I’m always attracted to strong lines and repeated patterns.