This sequence was taken on a guided trip round the ruins of Lion Yard car park in Cambridge, during an archaeological dig. The place was originally just ourside the city walls, and the archaeologists were discovering a fair bit about life in Cambridge in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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Beth Chatto's garden in Essex is rightly famous, not least for the dry garden that is never artifically watered - quite a feat in Essex's meagre rainfall. These photos were taken during a trip in 2005 with an EOS 1Ds, a Sigma 24-70 EX and 105 EX Macro lenses.
The Eden project is not a stately home type of garden, but an educational one. The project was started by Tim Smit and the garden took shape in the most unlikely of places: an old quarry. It is famous for many things, but it has become iconic for its "bubble" greenhouses.
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