Photographer's Note

A view of the impressive red brick Elizabethan tower at Sissinghurst Castle and gardens in Kent, England. A blue sky and immaculate freshly mown lawn with spring blooms in the gardens that surround the old Elizabethan mansion. Sissinghursts beautiful garden was first laid out by novelist Vita Sackville-West and her diplomat husband Harold Nicolson in the 1930s. Now owned by the English National Trust the gardens are open to the public on various days and you can climb the 78 wooden steps to the top of the tower, which was once used as an observation post during World War II. Queen Elizabeth I spent 3 nights at the manor house in 1573.

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