Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Outdoor and Watery Wednesday.


For outdoor Wednesday I made a collage of a few photo’s I made of gates  and walkthroughs during our visits in the English gardens.

PLease click to enlarge photo's.
 Engeland grote Sony14

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A closer look.
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For more lots of outdoor photo’s go to Susan’s blog :http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/


WATERY WEDNESDAY.

Here a photo of this beautiful black swan. I find black swans so special, I really have not seen many.

Engeland kleine sony7

For more Watery photo’s go here : http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com/

30 comments:

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Engeland stond al hoog op mijn lijstje maar het is nu nog iets hoger geklommen na het zien van je mooie foto's.
Een gezellige avond, Riet, branden de kaarsjes bij jou ook?
Liefs xx

Home and Lifestyle said...

Foto's van Engelse tuinen blijven mij boeien, al ben ik er nog nooit geweest!

Wat zul jij genoten hebben!!!

Lieve groet, Ingrid

House of Seasons said...

Jeetje, WATERY WEDNESDAY, het was al zo'n waterig dinsdagje!!!!
Maar wel weer gezellig, dat knusse herfstsfeertje buiten en binnen al de mooie blogs....
Lekkere po thee erbij EN wat lekkers, kommaarop met de lange avonden!
Liefs
Lia

House of Seasons said...

Ik bedoel pot thee hoor en geen PO.....
Liefs
Lia

SquirrelQueen said...

What a beautiful place, it looks so peaceful. I really like all the different gates and walkthroughs.

"Création" said...

PRACHTIG, wat hebben ze daar toch schitterende tuinen in Engeland. En wat mooi de snoeivormen, eerst op de kleine foto dacht ik dat het buxus was maar zie nu dat het coniferen zijn. Wat een werk zeg omdat zo voor elkaar te krijgen, heel erg mooi.

En de zwarte zwaan, een BEAUTY!!! Je ziet ze inderdaad niet vaak, maar een giller hier in het boerenland is een boerderij die heeft er wel tien rond lopen en zwemmen. Toen ik het voor het eerst zag verbaasde dat me zeer.

Enne....heb je de koffers al ingepakt, hihi

Liefs Josephine

LV said...

Both of your post are very nice. I loved seeing some of the pretty things in your country.

John said...

Beautiful shots!

Man-made Falls, come and see.

Karen said...

I just love English gardens! Lovely shots.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Thanks for sharing those beautiful gardens.

Mama-Bug said...

What beautiful gardens! I love that gorgeous black swan; I've never seen one before.

chubskulit said...

Just wonderful!

My share Watery Wednesday.

chubskulit said...

Just wonderful!

My share Watery Wednesday.

Light and Voices said...

Very nice collages!
Joyce M

Gemma Wiseman said...

Wonderful gardens to wander and the variety of views is enhanced in collage! I too am fascinated by black swans though they can be quite vicious! One chased me and bit me on the backside!

Genie said...

There is something so lovely and romantic about the English gardens....and that black swan is absolutely a treasure of beauty. Wonderful captures you have shared with all of us tonight. Kudos. genie

Bonnie said...

Beautiful gardens. I love the black swan! I've never seen one except in pictures.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

You visited such beauriful gardens in England, Riet! They all looks so cool and green. Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

The Horizon said...

What a beautiful place, so wonderful

His Unfailing Love said...

It's a perfect capture

Melodygem said...

You'v a e got a wonderful place

Jo's This and That said...

It is Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

Fluitenkruid said...

Ik vind die boomsculpturen altijd zo machtig mooi gemaakt. Ga je al bijna naar Spanje? Lieve groetjes

jeanne said...

Good morning Riet, I love the photos of England. The gardens are beautiful and the openings in the garden look very inviting. We are coming to England, Ireland and Scotland in one and 1/2 years for three weeks. we will be celebrating 50 years of marriage. Where were these taken in England? My father was Scottish/Irish and I have always wanted to visit these countries.

Wishing you a wonderful day.
XO Jeanne

Tanya said...

what a beautiful garden!

Maggie said...

Beautiful collages, Riet.
You can't beat a formal English garden for classic style.
We will hopefully be visiting the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall soon, it has long been on my wish list to see how they have restored those historic grounds.

klaproos said...

heerlijke doorkijkjes en poortjes riet,
wat een zalige tuin, ben wel blij dat ik er niet in hoef te
werken:-)

Arija said...

Since they come from Australia and our wildlife is protected, there cannot be many elsewhere. The black swan is the symbol for Western Australia but can be found all over the continent.
Nice capture.

Ann said...

This swan is exactly the same as ours here.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

All beautiful but my favourite is the gate collage.