Today has been a beautiful day. Blue skies with light fluffy clouds and warm but not burning sunshine. It was the perfect day to catch the last of the blossoming rhododendron bushes for which Sheringham Park in North Norfolk is famous. It was designed in the early 19th Century by Sir Humphry Repton, who those Janites amongst you may recognise as being mentioned in 'Mansfield Park' as the garden designer of the day.
Anyhow, I thought I would post a few pics of the place as I have never before been there on a better day.