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Chatsworth in December

Chatsworth in December

Despite the overcast and drizzly weather we got out for a walk today at Chatsworth House. Only a quick 5km and a flask of coffee in the little temple folly next to the Trout Stream but got some fresh air into our lungs and out of the house.

Chatsworth is beautiful whatever season because of its beautiful gardens and estate and magnificent architecture – currently slightly marred by the East Front being covered in scaffolding.

Here are a few of the images we took today.


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