This garden folly has the affect of giving people a quiet place to sit and enjoy the view. Gorgeous!:

This garden folly has the affect of giving people a quiet place to sit and enjoy the view. Gorgeous!:

Chinese Temple of the Wrest Park, one of the grandest English gardens of the early eighteenth century, originally laid out probably by George London and Henry Wise for Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Kent, then modified by Capability Brown in a more informal landscape style, without sacrificing the parterres.

Chinese Temple of the Wrest Park, one of the grandest English gardens of the early eighteenth century, originally laid out probably by George London and Henry Wise for Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Kent, then modified by Capability Brown in a more informal landscape style, without sacrificing the parterres.

A restored pavilion at Jacques Garcia's Château du Champ de Bataille. Photo by Eric Sander

A restored pavilion at Jacques Garcia's Château du Champ de Bataille. Photo by Eric Sander

Garden Temple and Obelisk at Chiswick House. Erected in 1732, the Obelisk has…

Garden Temple and Obelisk at Chiswick House. Erected in 1732, the Obelisk has…

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