6 thoughts on “A few of my Chelsea Flower Show photos

  1. What a gorgeous day you had! I loved these pictures. 🙂
    And it’s funny, my next post is going to have some flowers in it as well. I just can’t seem to get around to putting it up there.

    • Yes, I did have a wonderful day; I’m glad you liked the photos. This was my first visit to the Chelsea Flower Show for a very long time but I was determined to get there for the Centenary.
      I hope you put up your next post soon, I’m looking forward to reading it. I like posting photographs if I have not written anything for my blog otherwise I know I will quickly get out of the habit of posting regularly.

    • Thanks, I’m glad you like them. Most people taking photographs the last time I went to the show were still using cameras with film but the majority of visitors were just looking at the exhibits. I noticed a big difference this time with far more people snapping away using their tiny digital cameras or mobile phones.

    • Hi Carlie,
      The horses were magnificent; they had a real feel of movement about them. I think the one in my photo was labelled as being the first one made. It definitely had a price tag of £28,000 and a red sticker; we’ll never know if that is what the buyer actually paid! If I had that much spare cash to spend on sculpture I would probably invest it in something with the permanence of bronze but the driftwood pieces offer uniqueness; close up they certainly have an arresting quality, they’re scene stealers and that always commands a high (perhaps unjustifiable) price.

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