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Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Tittenhurst Park: part 2 - Weeping Blue Atlas etc

Sentimentalist has forwarded some intriguing shots of the grounds at Tittenhurst. The above photos show the famous Weeping Blue Atlas cedars on the front lawn; there are also a few people, presumably included to give a sense of scale.
To be serious, though, I don't know who the non-Fab element are in these shots. I'd guess at Ringo-era, however, as in the following that certainly looks like one of the Sunny Heights lions:


Muchas gracias to Sentimentalist for sharing these photos.

1 comment:

  1. the little girl in some of the pictures is Lee Starkey and the adults are relatives from Liverpool, staying in Ascot for their holidays.

    From what I remember the dinosaur is one from the film Caveman.