Hillier Gardens 50/50 Photo and Paint Exhibition

If you live anywhere near Romsey in Hampshire and love photography, art or nature (or a combination of all three), get yourself down to the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens for the 50/50 Photo and Paint exhibition.

It’s totally free and is packed full of beautiful prints from local artists and photographers, including Anne Ruffell (I especially like her striking monochrome architecture images), Roy Brophy and Paul Sansome, who, it has to be said, is a bit of a landscape photography genius. I was mesmerised by his images of the Tuscan Hills in the dawn mist.

Go now, whilst the leaves are turning colour to enjoy the stunning gardens.

I say they’re stunning – I didn’t actually have time to venture into the gardens, but if the trees in the car park are anything to go by, you’re in for a treat.

Autumn at Hilliers

Autumn at Hillier Gardens

Autumn leaves

Autumn leaves

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About joquint

I'm a communications bod with a love of photography and a compulsion to record the world, one photo at a time. Find out about what I do at www.quintessentialcomms.co.uk, what I like (and don't!) at www.joquint.wordpress.com and how I see the world at www.joquintphotos.wordpress.com I'm on Flickr (Jo Quint) and Twitter - @joquint / @joquintphotos

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