is one of the great gardens of England. Originally created by the Messel family and now owned by the National Trust
. The Garden is made of a series of compartments, each with something interesting to offer throughout the year.
This panorama was taken in the Lime Avenue with views over the High Weald stretching to Wakehurst Place. Whilst the main panorama is displayed in colour to capture the vibrance of the daffodils in possibly the only beam of sunshine on that day, the full screen panorama is a black and white version of the image. I choose this to emphasise the many shapes and textures within the garden.