A little corner of London has been turned over to Yorkshire.
And the stunning garden at the Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show has been captured for posterity by a Huddersfield firm.
Construct Films have produced a stunning time-lapse video of the God’s Own County garden which has been created for the world-famous show, which opens on Tuesday.
The company have painstakingly chronicled the building of the garden, which has medieval history as its theme. And, true to Yorkshire form, the building was hit by heavy rain.
Welcome to Yorkshire unveiled the design for its biggest garden to date, ‘God’s Own County - A Garden for Yorkshire’, which is inspired by the huge East Window at York Minster.
It’s the largest single expanse of medieval stained glass in Britain, currently undergoing a major £20m restoration, ad at Chelsea will be the window into the garden which will showcase Yorkshire’s stunning scenery, iconic heritage, industries and skilled tradespeople.
Materials used reflect the Yorkshire landscape and will include stone pillars, traditional stone and timber gargoyles and monoliths loaned from historic sites across Yorkshire.
The garden has been entered for the BBC People's Choice Award and wants Yorkshire folk to lend their support and vote for the God's Own County garden.
Voting closes at 9.30pm on May 27. Click here to cast your vote
Sir Gary Verity, Chief Executive of Welcome to Yorkshire said: “Our presence at the Chelsea Flower Show enables us to showcase Yorkshire to the world and our 2016 entry is the biggest and best yet.
“This will be our seventh year at Chelsea and we’re delighted to be taking a central plot, ensuring even more visitors see our fantastic garden.”
Matthew Wilson, former Head of RHS Garden Harlow Carr in Harrogate. is the man behind the garden.
He said: “The garden’s design opens a window of opportunity to celebrate the county.
With the materials and skills used to create the garden, we will be bringing over 600 years of living history to Chelsea.”
Construct Films is a specialist in long-term time-lapse photography.
The firm’s staff use high-quality DSLR cameras that send send time-lapse photos and videos to a client.
The company produced footage of the building of the new Huddersfield Leisure Centre.