Image (c) Arron Davis
With hills, water and classical architecture overlaid by a fabulous collection of trees and shrubs, Stourhead was described as "a living work of art" when first opened in the 1740s.
Meandering paths offer vistas through trees to classical temples and surprises at every turn. Stourhead is breathtaking in any season but on sunny spring and autumn days, the flowering spring shrubs and the flaming autumnal colours of the trees reflected in the magnificent lake are breathtaking.
A chance to meet and share knowledge with fellow photographers and if we are lucky we will take some great photos to take away. You will be free to explore as a group or you can do your own thing whichever suits you.
You may get muddy depending on whether you stick to the main paths or venture of track so please wear suitable clothing and footwear for the conditions.
For more info about Stourhead see the National Trust website.
NB There are parking charges and entrance fees to the house and gardens - see the NT website for details. These are free for NT members.