Wolverhampton parkies organised an “Access all areas” event last week. Photographers could go into what are normally the off-limits working greenhouses behind the Conservatory in West Park.
Unfortunately, all I could manage was an approximately 15-minute flying visit before I had to rush off back to work.
During that time I was taking pictures like mad – one of the benefits of digital photography.
This set of pictures of cacti is the first tranche from that 15 minutes. It is an indication of the superb plants in the park additional to those in the Conservatory and the open air.
Incidentally, the Conservatory is now re-open after an extensive renovation. It is well worth a visit.