Sunday, 15 March 2009

Ruston Gardens in Norfolk UK

Welcome back to part2 of RUSTON GARDENS in Norfolk UK.
Todays post is = Wilds and woods walk.
(dont forget to click and visit the Ruston Gardens also click to enlarge Mr Toad.On the edge of the wild gardens lies the Priory.
We stroll passed the lake and cross the blue bridge onto the path into the woods walk.

OOO its getting a little boggy thru the woods - hope you havent got your best shoes on - squelch squelch.

Ahh Here we find Mr Toad taking 5 to relax.

We'll take 5 now - before we continue our walk around Ruston Gardens in Norfolk - dont forget --we have lots more to see here. (be back soon).




8 comments:

Pat - Arkansas said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely! Today's, and yesterday's, photos are wonderful, Imac. I enjoyed taking a walk with you and your camera. Thanks.

Willard said...

Another very beautiful post. I really like the colors. That looks like such a beautiful place to take a walk.

RuneE said...

A walk for a photographer - and anyone else as well. My favourites? The wooden bridge - and Mr. Toad, of course :-)

Pouty Lips said...

This looks like a magical place to take a walk with someone you love, with camera in hand. My fave is the first one of the footbridge. It reminds me of a Japanese garden.

George said...

What a beautiful garden. It's amazing that you spotted Mr. Toad, but I'm glad you did.

Pagan Sphinx said...

So lovely. It's still so cold here and no flowers yet for several weeks.
I'm trying to remain patient.

Reader Wil said...

What an absolutely gorgeous garden! Thanks!

Lynn said...

Lovely place, nice photos, evidence that there is spring somewhere in the world.