Throwback Thursday – Dahlia – Bishop of Llandaff

With so many varieties of Dahlia at times it is hard to find the variety of a chosen dahlia. However, I was lucky with this one, Bing told me exactly what it was and what variety it was. Good old Mr. Bing! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ This photograph was taken about 20 months after the photography bug hit us, when we visited a place called Penshurst Place, Tonbridge in Kent.

A photograph of a red dahlia and bud photographed at Penshurst Place in Kent.

Camera Settings

Camera: Canon EOS 600D
Lens: Canon EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
F/Number: f/5.6
ISO: 250
Focal Distance: 178 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec
Photograph Date: 10.09.2013
Location: Penshurst Place, Tonbridge
Photographer: Ash
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic and On1 Photo RAW 2023

That particular day when we visited, we went into the main house, and it must have rained whilst we were in there. Which gave this particular dahlia the added bonus on raindrops on its petals.

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8 responses to “Throwback Thursday – Dahlia – Bishop of Llandaff”

  1. Well, who knew! A dahlia named after a bishop – whatever next.

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    1. I’m waiting for the cancel culture to demand flowers don’t have genders associated with them. I think it’s a lovely name … And easy to pronounce.๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ Mind you when we went to Hampton Court Flower Show, the names of the abundance of dahlia varieties were beyond belief.

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  2. I love that dahlia, but I keep having trouble getting one for my garden.

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    1. Oh that is a shame.. cos they bring so much committee to the garden in autumn.

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  3. Beautiful dahlia ๐Ÿ˜€

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