... which I'd planned to visit on Sunday. Having read Patrick's post, I'm rather glad I didn't.
Instead, we went to the National Trust property, Baddesley Clinton, in Warwickshire - as usual when I go there, I got rather lost.
Here's a selection from the day, including one interior shot as some National Trust properties are now allowing interior photography (at the discretion of the Property Manager). Flash isn't allowed, and nor are tripods/monopods. I was told video wasn't allowed, although from the flickr National Trust group I gather it is at some properties.
Luckily I'd taken this one in RAW, as I'd got the lighting totally wrong! One click to change to tungsten...
And finally, two of the grounds (sorry, I've always had a thing about reflections at dusk)