I rotated it 45 degrees and came up with this.
This was the inspiration I took from the photo for my layout.
The quote on the layout (above the photo) says:
The most beautiful view is the one I share with you...
My journalling on the back of the layout says.
I fell in love with this place the first time that we went there at the beginning of the year and this was the third time we had been back. The beautiful architecture, stunning scenery and warmth of Brian and Louise who run the place all make it a place that I want to spend time. I love the peace and quiet it is a place to take a good book and lie by the pool in the summer or in front of a roaring fire in the winter and just relax. They have retained their English style, the rooms are cosy and inviting, tea is served in the afternoons with scones, jam and clotted cream. Drinks served in the bar before going in to dinner and the food is just delicious. I love that every time I have been there I feel like I am visiting an old friend.
Here are some close-ups.
The papers I used were from a DCWV paper pack that I got from somewhere but they were great for the colours in the photo. I used some Burlap ribbon and some Prima flowers to replicate vines. The punched border is a Fiskars punch and the purple flowers were white that I misted using an Adirondak mist.
The chipboard fence and the title are from Celebra8 and Enmarc. I also added a couple of big brads.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look and I hope you pop over to Let's Scrap and take part in the challenge.