|From the Zig-Zaggy garden at Brantwood* which was the home of John Ruskin.|
English Romantic Writer and Painter, 1819-1900
* The Zig-Zaggy is based upon designs first sketched by Ruskin 130 years ago, and is said to represent Dante's Purgatorial Mount. Fully realised today in contemporary form, it allows you to begin your tour of the gardens by making an allegorical journey to Paradise.
Photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ennor/3566862832/
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