Taken in the Gibberd Garden, near Harlow, Essex. The Garden is a highly individual creation of Sir Frederick Gibberd, the master planner of Harlow New Town. It is sited on the side of a small valley, which slopes down to a brook. Occupying some 7 acres, the garden was planned as a series of rooms, each with its own character. The glades, pools and alleys provide a setting for some fifty sculptures, large ceramic pots, architectural salvage, this gazebo and even a moated childrenīs castle with a drawbridge.
This shady spot is just behind the main house. The wooden thing certainly has an interesting shape, identification welcomed, or speculation anticipated.