Photographer's Note

The National Trust managed sub-tropical valley garden of Glendurgan.
One of the best of Cornwall's characteristic valley gardens.The garden is an enchanting display of rare and exotic trees and shrubs, all year round.

One of its' most exciting features is the cherry laurel maze, pictured in the centre,dating back to 1833. Yes, 1833!
The garden was created in the 1820's and runs down to the tiny village of Durgan and its' beach.

Sorry about the washed out sky, yet again; that's English weather for you.

Thanks for looking.

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