Coming out into the gardens at Moorside, I had these views.
The gardens are organized (and unorganized) into three distinct sections. The formal gardens are the French Garden, designed along symmetrical lines, and the English Garden, which allows for more spontaneity in its planting. The last, the Rock Garden, lies down slope at the edge of the woods.
The English garden was directly ahead.
The Rock Garden is beyond this, with wildflowers growing from among the rocks at the very edge of the woods. The structure is called the Window On The Woods. Mackenzie King salvaged this from a home being demolished, and installed it here. This is a folly, one of the sentimental elements of the estate.
Turning around gives us views up the slope to the house.