Friday, 3 September 2010

Rufford Abbey and Country Park

Fancy another trip Folks?
This ride out is to Rufford Abbey and Country Park.
Click once to Enlarge then click again to magnify  the last pic with info on(hoping it can be read)


To be continued.



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12 comments:

RuneE said...

You are the perfect guide - lead on!

Brookville Daily Photo said...

A good look at the old Abbey and park. It was occupied by real human beings at one time, I would suppose, and then got to expensive to own or live there, I would assume. I would not want to be a king or queen and have somebody do this for me or that. I can and still do take the fish off my hook. LOL

Nice Photography imac and a good look back at some of your history.

Darla said...

Nice header! I love these structures....

Cezar and Léia said...

Oh I'm envious here, so wonderful place, with lots of history, and your pictures are fabulous!
Léia ;)

Gattina said...

That's strange it looks so similar to an Abbey which is about 20 km far from here.

No I haven't been on the London I, I think I get dizzy. It happens already on the 3rd floor, so imagine high up over London, lol !

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I enjoy going on all of your travels with you, Stewart. I'm seeing things I may never see in person... Thanks so much for sharing.
Betsy

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Quite the place.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Love this place and look forward to more photos.

Gailsman said...

Another place that I've not been to, even if it is on my doorstep.

George said...

Thanks for providing the information about this structure (which I could read without any problems). I thoroughly enjoy visiting places like this and look forward to seeing and learning more.

Lanny said...

And here I was thinkin' of turning my Country House into an Abbey. Amazing how these places were built without all our modern equipment and codes.

Dave said...

I can tell you put some thought into the composition of that second shot. Getting that lower position whilst still keeping the stairs in the frame leads us perfectly into the picture well done imac.