Author(s): Mick Hales
Contains photographs of fourteen gardens in England, the United States and Canada, including Shakespeare's own gardens. This work describes each garden in detail and fills in the history of its creation. Each photograph is accompanied by a substantial quotation from one of the plays in which it is mentioned.
Mick Hales is a noted landscape photographer and writer whose work has been published in books and magazines around the world. He is both author and photographer of Gardens Around the World: 365, 212 Views of Central Park, and Monastic Gardens, and photographer of The Fine Art of Arranging Flowers and Private Newport: At Home and in the Garden. He lives in New York State.