Photo of the Week | A Grand Garden Shed

A grand folly being used as a garden shed on land of the now-demolished Bawburgh Hall estate in eastern England.

A folly—today a garden shed—on the grounds of the now-razed Bawburgh Hall estate in eastern England. The village of Bawburgh in Norfolk is the legendary birthplace St. Walstan, the patron saint of farm laborers. Photo courtesy of Norfolk-based contemporary artist Shelley Marshall-Nichols.

 

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4 Responses to Photo of the Week | A Grand Garden Shed

  1. Oh, I so need this! Have the perfect site atop a hill overlooking our pond. Love it!

  2. colonialist says:

    So sad that the Hall giving it reason for being is no more.

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