I like to visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall every season. The changing face and feel of the gardens is always spectacular and surprising. So when the Weekly Photo Challenge asked us to show “transition” , this was one of the first places I thought of.
These are the heads of globe artichokes that have been left for seed.
As you walk through the woodlands at the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall. You will come across the beautiful Mud Maid, fast asleep under the trees. The sculpture was made by local artists Sue Hill and her brother Pete.
She is enveloped in moss and ivy – retaining both her modesty and her mystery
Lost gardens of Heligan
This post is in response to the Weekly Photo Challenge from the Daily Post