Monday, 10 August 2015

Kipling Gardens: My August Photo #10

This photograph was taken at the weekend in Kipling Gardens in Rottingdean. This is where Rudyard Kipling, author of many stories including the Jungle Book, lived for a short time. The gardens are beautiful; full of twisted paths, stone wall arches, rows of gorgeous flowers, plenty of hidden corners and a great view of the Rottingdean Windmill. It is a typical scene of the English countryside. Brighton can feel quite built-up sometimes and I find it's always nice to have a little trip away every now and again. We visited in the afternoon on a beautiful sunny day with the sun low in the sky. I took so many photos that I'll be sharing some over the next few days :) Have you visited Kipling Gardens?

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  1. How wonderful! On holiday in Antibes, France, I saw the house of writer Nikos Kazantzakis from the outside and it was in a lovely part of the old town near the sea. If you like the writers work seeing their environment is so insightful and makes reading their books even more engaging. What a treat! #mustvisit

  2. Thanks very much for the comment. Yes, it's so true and I find those places inspiring places for me to write too. I'll look up the house you've mentioned, thanks :)


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