Tuesday, 27 November 2007

Victoria Park Post 4

Here we meet up with a fisherman, passing his day off work relaxing while trying to catch a fish,(the one that got away) comes to mind here.haha.
Further round the lake - what a find- A Crane basking in the warm sunshine?
Going through the woods, we suddenly find our furry friends,Having a nibble indeed.

On our way out of Victoria Park, we come across this wall with some flowers growing. Thought this a pretty end to our visit to Victoria Park - as we go on our way........

Hope you all enjoyed our trip.-----------------------Coming up next --is
Grantham Parade and Switching on of the Xmas tree Lights.

13 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

The fisherman picture is really nice.

smilnsigh said...

Oh I love those white 'flower-things.' They are probably more of a 'grass' than a flower. But they are so pretty. I've never seen them, around these parts. :-)

Mari-Nanci

david mcmahon said...

Always a pleasure to see your work and to see your life vicariously.

Great sights. Love the squirrel.

Kerri said...

Lovely shots all...but I particularly like the flowers growing on the rocks...very neat!

lv2scpbk said...

Love the squirrel photos. I like the grasses in the first photo. Your "fish that got away" comment made me laugh. Isn't that the story? LOL

zakscloset said...

cute squirrel! i would love to see the red ones. never seen them!

i beati said...

how festive and tranquil thank you for taking me to both poles

Dragonstar said...

What a beautiful flowery rock wall - just proves you don't need neat-and-tidy garden beds to look attractive. Lovely to see that crane, too.

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

What lovely posies growing amongst the stones!

Lilli & Nevada said...

I certainly did enjoy your trip, the squirrels are great and so is that rock wall with the flowers. looking forward to see the rest of the parade as well

Sharon said...

Very nice. I love the squirrels.

smokepole said...

love the lake picture. the rest of them are very nice also

ancient one said...

Hmmm, that squirrel with the nut in its mouth, looks 'kinda like a trophy my grandson had made with a fox squirrel he shot. The taxidermist put an acron in its mouth and mounted it on a piece of board that looked like bark...

Loved the fishing picture too! I've been tempted to stop and take pictures of some of the locals fishing off the bridge on the east side of town...