Sunday, 11 May 2008

Last Post from Belvoir Castle Gardens.

This is my last Post from Belvoir Castle Gardens.
This Post is Water --the fountain in the Rose Garden, (maybe I'll go and capture their roses at a later time) As we walk to the fountain you san hear the splash splash sound.
I hope everyone has enjoyed our walk through Belvoir Castle Grounds and that your feet dont hurt too much.

I would like to thank all blogging friends for visiting my blog and your kind comments.

Also = HAPPY MOTHERS DAY - to all you mums across the Pond.
HAVE A HAPPY DAY.


ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND.


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11 comments:

fishing guy said...

Imac: Very nice fountain, what a beautiful place.

Ex-Shammickite said...

At first glance, I thought you had been sneaking a peek at MY garden... my back yard is EXACTLY like that!!! hahaha ....NOT!!!

Old Wom Tigley said...

This series have really been enjoyable... each set as good if not better than the last.. no wonder I keep coming back..

dot said...

I've enjoyed the pictures. Especially like the peacock in the last post. That thing is gorgeous!

Texas Travelers said...

Nice series with great photos.
Very enjoyable.

We have posted:
Alaska's Haul Road - The Dalton Highway.
A 414 mile gravel road,
to the Arctic Ocean

Come join us for the trip,
Troy and Martha

Luke Wiley said...

A lovely fountain and gardens!
thanks for visiting My Photoblog

Judi-gmj said...

:) my feet don't hurt, I dabbled them in the fountain when no one was looking. It has been great fun and thank you for the tour.

If you go with Troy and Martha on the Dalton Highway, take extra water and a cushion to set on!
Bum-py ride!!

evlahos said...

it was a great series. I really enjoyed it very much. thank you

Neva said...

It'a a beautiful fountain....

Lew said...

I have enjoyed your series on Belvoir Castle. I am fascinated by the ability to maintain these treasured edifices and gardens. You have done a great job of photographing and describing them.

Must Be That girl said...

You have a beautiful blog. I enjoyed looking at your pictures.