My current favourite view and part of the garden is also the most difficult to photograph.
Why? It is a narrow space and it's not easy to find a spot to photograph it well. Plus getting the timing right when the lighting is fine for taking photos is not simple either.
The area I'm referring to is the side passage that is the access way to go in and out of our garden without having to go through the house, and a view that we have on the glass side door of our kitchen.
We've played with so many ideas through the years on how to best utilise this spot and what makeover to do. But until we know for certain what our neighbour intends to do for good (they keep changing their mind) we can't proceed with anything permanent, structural, and long lasting. The wall that comprises the other half of this passage is the back of their coal shed and if they decide to go ahead with an extension then this coal shed will be demolished. But they have been talking about that for ten years now and I suspect it'll remain just a plan....
|With the side door now open|
|x Fatshedera lizei|
|Pseudopanax crassifolius 'Trifoliata' towering well above me now. That's me standing and pointing up!|
The side passage looks very lush and jungle-y and a view we enjoy when sat on the dining table facing the side door. A big improvement than just having an almost bare trellis and rubbish bins like it was before.
What about you, do you have any part of your garden that you like but find difficult to take photos of?