I was catching Pokemon on my day off work today (you should've heard about Pokemon Go by now), when I received an email regarding The Wildlife Trust's need for some photographs. Of course, I was happy for shoot for such a worthy charity and made my way to a garden in St Issey, Cornwall. I still don't know much about how the garden works, but I'm pretty sure that it's private unless an event has been organised with more facilities etc. Click here for The Wildlife Trust's open garden events.
The garden is hidden down a long driveway opposite the Ring Of Bells pub on the main road. At the end of the driveway, all I saw at first was a small cottage - an interesting and cute cottage that is. The further down the driveway I walked, the more greenery and colourful flowers revealed themselves. A woman then came out from the cottage's front door, introduced herself and showed me around. The majority of the gardens are found on the other side of the cottage, as well as an orchard and even some animals.
After 400+ photos, I came away with a variety of photos I was really happy with. Here are some of my favourites.