Sissinghurst Castle Garden
This Sunday we had an early run to Sissinghurst to see what the gardens look like coming out of the winter. It was also a good opportunity to test the new Samsung pocket cameras and also the tea-rooms.
The latter passed with shining colours, the flapjack a little sugary and the coffee about right. The WB30F camera needed a little messing about to get a panoramic picture to work, but the macro looks pretty good.
|Pano Test Shot - back of shop and countryside|
|The Gift Shop|
|First close-up picture|
The magnolia flowers were taken with the digital zoom active and pointing up towards the sky. The buds are about 15 feet from me. A bit washed out, but that maybe the light.
I have no idea what these will grow into! They are in a corner in the White Garden. You can see from the size of the gravel that they are about the size of a goose egg, maybe four inches tall. Taken with the camera pointing down at about 45 degrees and maybe seven feet from the object.
|Have no idea, but zoom test!|
It was a bit early and after all the wet weather for the first ten weeks of the year, many of the paths were closed off as the ground was still very wet.