Blenheim Palace: Water Garden

Blenheim Palace stands in a romantic park created by the famous landscape gardener 'Capability' Brown. It was presented by the English nation to John Churchill, first Duke of Marlborough, in recognition of his victory in 1704 over French and Bavarian troops. Built between 1705 and 1722 to designs by John Vanbrugh, it is a perfect example of an 18th-century princely dwelling.


Blenheim Palace from the South

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Ulrich John said:

Sieht prächtig aus ! Schön gezeigt mit sehr vielen Farben, Gudrun !
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Gudrun replied to Ulrich John:

Herzlichen Dank, Ulrich!
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Keith Burton said:

Amazing architecture..............and I really like the way the sunlight has brought out the colour and detail in the stonework. A pretty impressive looking formal garden as well. I like the splash of red from the parasols and the people in shot gives a good idea of scale.

Definitely worth viewing large for the magnificent detail.

Two super images in the PiPs as well together with an interesting narrative and link!
3 weeks ago

Gudrun replied to Keith Burton:

Thanks a lot, Keith! It's a mightily impressive place! I wish we could have explored the vast park but at least we got to see the exhibtion "Icons of British Fashion" in the palace- that was fun!
3 weeks ago

©UdoSm said:

Sehr schöne Serie Gudrun...
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Gudrun replied to ©UdoSm:

Danke vielmals, Udo!
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Max Biobauer said:

Und hast Du Dich im Labyrinth verlaufen? ;-)
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Gudrun replied to Max Biobauer:

Schönen Dank, Jens! Da war ich nicht, weiß nicht, ob ich es rechtzeitig raus geschafft hätte;-)
3 weeks ago ( translate )

uwschu said:

eine stilvolle Anlage, ich glaub, man kann schlechter hausen ;-)
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Gudrun replied to uwschu:

Besten Dank, Uwe! Mit dem entsprechenden Heer von Bediensteten...;-) Der gute alte Winston Churchill ist dort auf die Welt gekommen.
3 weeks ago ( translate )

LotharW said:

Tolle Serie, Gudrun. Die Farben sind schon irre und die Schärfe auch!
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Gudrun replied to LotharW:

Großen Dank, Lothar! Das war noch Morgensonne, und die Q2 halt;-)
3 weeks ago ( translate )

Joe, Son of the Rock said:

A well composed image, Gudrun. The fountains provide the ideal foreground interest. All the best, Joe
3 weeks ago

Annemarie said:

what a beautiiful place and images
3 weeks ago

Jean-Paul said:

Sehr schönes Schloss und sehr überzeugende Bilder davon.
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