Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Rufford Abbey and its Lake


Who's up for a walk to the Lake ?






















On the way to the lake,
It looks like
Someone's past memories of this bench.












Do not worry, its not as far as you think around the lake.















The Mill + for the ladies - some shops.














Lake walk to be continued.
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12 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Imac,
Those red roses in the bench ...it's a lovely idea, so romantic picture!
This lake is very special and beautiful!
Léia

Krista said...

I never decline an invitation to walk by a lake. Thanks for taking us! :o)

Craver Vii said...

I like how you hide your name in the pics, but couldn't find it in the mill shot--that last one.

I wonder what the back story is behind those flowers on the bench. It is so appropriate to see that couple walking away together.

RuneE said...

You post faster that poor old man can keep up with :-)

Marvellous, all of them.

ju-north said...

You certainly get around! I don't know how Julie ever gets any textile work done! Lovely shots!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Neat picture of the flowers on the bench.. Makes me wonder what the history was --regarding them... Hope there was a 'happy' ending instead of a sad ending.

I love lakes... The reflections are great... But --no thanks to the shopping for this gal... I despise shopping!!!!
Betsy

George said...

I was really enjoying our walk around the lake until we got to those shops. In spite of what Betsy says, she is still a woman.

Brit Gal Sarah said...

I have really enjoyed all these posts Mac, it looks like a great place to visit and spend some time. Fascinating sculpture and it's been a long time since I blew through a Ford!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: I love the lake and would like to cast a line into it to see what we could find.

SandyCarlson said...

That looks like a fine walk. Beautiful.

Sunny said...

I knew I left those rose somewhere!
Seriously...this is a love spot to walk.
☼ Sunny

Dave said...

Somehow, I missed this post and it's a cracker! the shot of the bench with the roses and the couple walking away in the distance is brilliant! You have composed it and captured it extremely well. You should print and frame that one for sure.

Off to check if I've missed any other posts like this one.