Monday, 15 March 2010

Great Dixter Garden Photo Workshops

If you're passionate about beautiful gardens and photography then this series of workshops are for you.


In an exclusive arrangement with the world famous Great Dixter Gardens in East Sussex, England. The late Christopher Lloyd created one of the most experimental, exciting and constantly changing gardens of our time. The gardens at Great Dixter incorporate many medieval buildings, with the gardens surrounding the house, each complementing the other. There is a wide variety of interest from yew topiary, carpets of meadow flowers, dazzling colourful mixed borders (including the famous Long Border), natural ponds, a formal pool, and the wonderful Exotic Garden.



These workshops are a fantastic opportunity to experience Great Dixter Gardens and learn some new photography skills. During the day there will ample opportunities for stunning macro and garden images from one of widest ranges of flowering and herbaceous plants in one location. And if we're lucky, we my even meet Head Gardener Fergus Garrett.



I'm really looking forward to leading these workshops and sharing with you some of the experiences I have gained over the years.

For more information visit: www.ukphotowalks.com/greatdixter-pc.htm



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