Autumn at Hillier Gardens 15th October 2016



Sir Harold Hillier Gardens were set up in 1953 and contain one of the most important and impressive collections of plants and flowers in the world. It is worth seeing whatever the season but at its best in autumn. The golds, reds and greens of trees are mixed with vibrant purples, blues and oranges of plants as summer transitions to winter. We recently went for a stroll with our cameras and here are some of the results.

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These photos were taken on a Canon EOS and Nikon Coolpix S33.

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