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Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Stockwood Discovery Centre Gardens

If I thought I was late arriving at Luton Hoo, that was as nothing to when I arrived at Stockwood Discovery Centre! I thought I would have little time to capture anything of note, but far from it; I was well-rewarded by finding an abundance of floral colour.

There were very few people in the car park or within the gardens, probably entirely as a result of the generally unpromising weather, unless you consider there was a strong promise of showers! I consider I was very lucky as the showers seemed to be over and although I did not have unbroken sunshine and there was a fair breeze most of the time, there was an abundance of flowers, leaves and buds on display – a tribute to the hard work done by the gardeners.

The public address announced to all present that the centre and its café were due to close shortly, but despite this I feel I really did capture a wonderful variety of floral colour in the short time available.

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