The Dingle, Shrewsbury

September 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Early one morning, on a recent visit to Shrewsbury, Shropshire, I grabbed my camera and headed down to photograph this wonderful little garden, a former quarry, known affectionately as 'The Dingle'. I must have been first through the gates at it's 8 am opening time, so the light was still nice and it was lovely and peaceful!

It was around the time of the Shrewsbury Flower Show, so the displays were looking at their best and the crowds were sure to follow... good show!

My camera gear included the Canon 5D MKIII, 24-70mm, 70-200mm L II, 1.4 x converter, cable release and Manfrotto tripod.

Maple and FountainAt The Dingle gardens, Shrewsbury Monkey in a Tree

Flax and the Statue Happy FamilyDuck and ducklings on the pond Ducklings Watering ManGardener waters flowering plants at The Dingle, Shrewsbury Couple in Garden This is how you do it It's fair to say, this is a pretty special place and since I love being outside,  it was a perfect morning for me, thanks to the Shrewsbury Town Council and all the garden staff!


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