Noticing the variety of wood to be seen at the public Caversham Court Gardens.
Caversham Court is somewhere I’ve visited for years and it never disappoints, whatever the weather.
It’s good throughout the year, with the tea kiosk a bonus in the summer months.
You don’t have to believe just me. The gardens have been awarded Green Flag and Heritage Site accreditations for 2022 – and this is certainly not the first time.
Being in central Caversham, it’s easy to get to for pretty well everyone. It’s family friendly and offers a fairly short but enjoyable (and non-muddy) stroll if that’s what you fancy.
I’m sure plenty of photographers have taken pictures to give you a good idea of the place overall. So, for a change, earlier in the summer (2022) I took a series of photos of some of the natural textures and shapes you can find there.
These are just hand-held shots with a pocket camera, so the quality is a bit of a variable. But I think they give you a reasonable idea of what’s to be seen if you simply pause and notice.
The Friends of Caversham Court Gardens (FCCG) site is here …
… and the full gallery of photos is on the RG4 site, here: