Sunday, April 29, 2018
First post for a long time! I have so many posts still to do, but while this is fresh in my memory I'm going to do it right now.
Sunday morning in Somerset West is Lourensford Estate morning market day. This post is not so much about the actual market, except to say that the Zorba's Specialised Samoosas stand is impossible to pass without making a purchase, as is the Fudge Kitchen stand, where the Swiss Chocolate Fudge is just so heavenly smooth it's unbelievable! And that's just two of a great selection of foods available.
But forget about the food for a moment - the main reason for the post is the Autumn gardens - they are absolutely spectacular! Here is a very small selection of images from the gardens, plus part of the driveway into the Estate. Well worth a visit.
All photos taken with the Fujifilm X-T2 and 18-135mm lens.
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