This weekend we were back at Chatsworth for what will probably be the first of many visits this year. We always treat ourselves to the annual visitors' pass - the initial cost may seem frightening but, living within easy distance of Chatsworth, we've always found it worthwhile.
This visit was all about daffodils, flowering in abundance under the trees alongside the Broad Walk
and appearing round seemingly every corner we turned
then we headed into the wilder areas of the garden which always seem to attract less visitors but at this time of year are filled with wonderful rhododendrons in all colours
Catching a few minutes of sun and admiring the view from the grotto before it was time to leave