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Date and Time: 19 June 2011 ; 3.43 p.m.Location: Challock, Kent, England
challock, kent, stuart chapman photography, england, english countryside, beech court, gardens, trees, pond, bench, summer, summertime
Born in Canterbury, Kent, in 1971, I have always been surrounded by beautiful countryside and varied and diverse coastline. Photography has become an outlet for expressing my love for the region.
WOW! Stunning capture from the Garden of England. Love it Stuart. Don.
Cheers Don, it’s not hard to see why we get that name :)
– Stuart Chapman
Lovely image Stuart. A huge array of greens broken up with a splash of red and russet and all set of nicely with the contrast of that characterful sky.
Thanks very much indeed Alice, I believe that is my first comment to receive the word “russet” for which I thank you.
Look likes you’ve got some gorgeous gardens there to wander about in! Lovely photo Stu :o)
Thanks very much indeed Jane. We’ll give Yack a good run for its money in the tourist stakes :)
What a beautiful scene, Stuart! Love all the different greens in this, backed up by the fabulous sky!
Thanks Mel, great English summer weather, like this one minute, torrential downpour the next!
green & serene, stu!! love it!best,v
Thanks very much indeed Victoria
Lovely summer capture Stuart..
It’s only when you stop and look you see the multitude of greens – lovely shot
Thanks very much Felicity, it did look nice
Great capture Stuart. Like the composition.
Thanks very much Jim
Am singing that song now !! Beautiful summery shot Stuart, love this region of England. Send some warmth down here please :-)
I heard that songs a few hours after getting homw and just thought it fitted perfectly. Thanks so much Varinia, we only had a break in the clouds for half hour combined all weekend. We need to cling to every second we get, none to spare i’m afraid :)
Looks like a good place to visit Stuart. Was it really this empty?
Cheers Geoff, yes it really was. Our family, my sister’s and our parents were about the only people there (£5 entrance fee with not masses to see and off the beaten track may contribute to the freedom). Just had to usher the family, 3 dogs, 8 chickens, 4 turkeys and the goat out of the shot.