Wordless Wednesday – Snowdrops at Chippenham Park


We went for the snowdrop days


And found masses and masses of them, thickly coating the woodland floor


And decorating the gardens


But there were plenty of other beautiful views to see.


Ready for liftoff  … no sports car payload though!


The main canal … but which way is up?


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14 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Snowdrops at Chippenham Park

  1. Brian Skeys says:

    The Cornus with the silver birch looks stunning.

  2. shoreacres says:

    I always find these English views stunning. Woodlands filled with any flower are beautiful, and the snowdrops always are especially appealing. I’ve yet to see a snowdrop, after all these years. I’ll have to do a little research, and see where the closest ones might be. They’re probably two states away!

  3. Tina says:

    Beautiful shots! Like Shoreacres, I don’t see snowdrops, but rarely. There are some in gardens here in Austin, but none with that fill a frame.

  4. Pete Hillman says:

    Wonderful! I just love snowdrops!

  5. Eliza Waters says:

    Wow, Galanthus heaven!

  6. Chloris says:

    It’s lovely in winter isn’t it? I’m going next week.

    • Have a great visit! They seem to have lost quite a few trees/shrubs since last year, but that has opened up a lot of new vistas around the estate (to their benefit I think). Nice to see their avenues of baby birch colouring up along the canals too. Enjoy!

  7. nexi says:

    Aren’t there a lot of snowdrops around this year – I’ve seen acres in the wild up in Yorkshire!

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