Monday, 27 April 2009

Naturescape Wild Flower Farm(2)

Last Sunday we took a trip to Naturescape wild flower park just about 12 miles from where we live, a very enjoyable trip and place, but we have promised ourselves another trip in June-July when all the wild flowers are out in full bloom.
Here we have a few posts to show you what we captured now.
You wont get lost here there are these signs to show you just where everything is. The cowslip field, what a beautiful flower this is, so simple but what a stunner.

This is the wildlife pond-just wait till next visit, can you imagine the wildlife then.

Here you can see the reflections of the puffy white clouds.




Here is the Dragonfly pond, beautiful, you can see by the reflections (my fav shots) that Sunday was a warm and sunny day.
Just wait till next time - I've heard that its a dragonfly paradise.
To be continued.





12 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Imac,
Another fabulous series!I loved these reflections, sooo beautiful!
This place is really amazing!
Great post
Léia

Laura ~Peach~ said...

wonderful stuff you live in a beautiful paradise... We get dragonflies and damsel flies here at the koi pond but I am so excited to see what you have there on that beautiful pond!
HUGS Laura

Mike said...

Oh to be in England now that Spring is here.....

Great photographs which made me a tad homesick!

Pagan Sphinx said...

What a beautiful place and such gorgeous photography to document it. Looking forward to the second part.

Raghu Menon said...

beautiful reflections in the water...

Lilli & Nevada said...

wonderful shots love the reflections

Old Wom Tigley said...

Stunning..... this looks a great place to be.. I would love it here.

yesbuts said...

Looks a great place to visit Mac. Ideal for some of your macro shots of flowers.

George said...

I really like the way you captured the reflection of that gorgeous sky in the ponds.

RuneE said...

You know I love pictures of reflections! Though I'm not quite sure that I will find my way... :-)

PS Thank you for the comment - one feels a bit strongly in such matters.

Denise said...

Stunning photos, what a beautiful place to visit. Looking forward to your next trip there and looking forward to this next instalment. Have a great week!

John said...

Another gorgeous series!