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Garden of the Bishop's Palace.

The garden of the national palace at Sintra, near Lisbon, looking up towards the Moorish castle

Almond blossom in front of the Convent of Christ, originally a Templar stronghold built in the 12th century

'Jardim alagado', or flooded garden, a reference to the narrow curlicue beds that emerge from the water. When I visited in March they were filled with narcissus and pink bergenias.

What a lovely combination of foxgloves and rich cerise peonies! This is a view of the Temple of Aeolus in Kew Gardens. Aeolus in Greek mythology was keeper of the winds. 📷Sheila Sim Photography #gardendesign #gardendesigner #gardeninpsiration #gardensofinstagram #instagarden #instaflower #flowersofinstagram #flowerstalking #peonies #foxgloves #kewgardens @kewgardens #botanicalgarden #beautiful

I think climbing or rambling roses are more charming than any other kind of rose and I love that these have been trained in a very rustic way on a horizontal branch and a rustic support. This is in the walled garden at Abbotsford, Scotland 📷Sheila Sim Photography #ramblingrose #climbingrose #walledgarden #abbotsfordgarden #flowersofinstagram #flowersturk #floweroftheday #floralpassion #flowerstalking #gardendesign #gardeninpsiration #gardensofinstagram #gardeninspiration #roses…

A Canterbury Tale (1944) Eric Portman, Sheila Sim, Dennis Price Also starring: Sergt John Sweet US Army, Charles Hawtrey A 'Land Girl', an American GI, and a British soldier find themselves together in a small Kent town on the road to Canterbury. The town is being plagued by a mysterious "glue-man", who pours glue on the hair of girls dating soldiers after dark. The three attempt to track him down, and

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Sixties | Anthony Newley, Sheila Sim and Richard Attenborough meeting Queen Elizabeth at the premiere of Doctor Dolittle at the Odeon Theatre, London, 1967