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Spherical Panoramas allow the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
The Spherical Panorama does away with the photographer's single framed point of view.
You are free to explore every angle and to inspect any detail of the image by zooming in and around the total sphere.
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Water Meadow snow

Water Meadow snow A fine white covering of seeds blowing in on the wind give an impression of a light covering of snow in summer.

Water Meadow

Water Meadow The Meadow makes a fine location for Artisits and picnicers (as well as photographers).

Rustic Hut

Rustic Hut This was built in the 1950's. The structure was constructed from materials from the Estate, including horse's teeth in the cobbled floor !

Roman Water Shrine

Roman Water Shrine This 8-sided stepped Cistern and tufa channel are the largest roman works in Herefordshire.


Rockery The maple trees provide a vivid splash of colour to the rockery.


Rockery The rockery made of Cheddar Limestone is fed water from the Hydraulic Ram pump. A fine selection of Japanese maples and ferns overlook the pools and rills.

River Wall

River Wall The wall allows a path to have been built along side the river to ensure good views.

River Wall

River Wall This concrete wall protects the garden from erosion as the river bends around on its sinuous corse.

Hydraulic Ram

Hydraulic Ram This was originally used to pump spring water to the house, but has been replaced by an electric pump house in the 1920's.


Dome The Willow dome was created for the Millennium, and is surrounded by fragrant lemon balm.


Bridge The original bridge was replaced in the 1990's with this single span which was lifted into place by crane.


Boathouse The boathouse was built in the 1920 and is one of the few remaining boathouses on the river Wye.
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