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Summer Rose - 31 July 2014

In the rose garden

Fleeting essence of summer

Sunshine reflected


Part 2 of the post that was entitled something about a holiday or whatnot

For the sake of chronology you really should have read ‘part 1′ first but if you are intent on being a maverick then go ahead. 1,884 more words


Research at Red House: the Arts and Crafts

With sunlight flooding in from the garden through the open windows and picking out the gold detail in the Burne-Jones wall paintings, I definitely couldn’t have chosen a better day for my research trip to Red House in Bexleyheath, London (definitely worth the early start to catch the train from Leamington!). 588 more words


Wildlife thriving in the waters at Oxburgh Hall

The beautiful moated manor house of Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk relies on a network of waterways to keep the water from the River Gadder flowing into its moat.  374 more words

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Waiting & Waiting for the Park & Ride, - Waddesdon Manor

 Waddesdon Manor is a magnificent NT property, but you now need to allow extra time to visit it. I don’t like to complain –  but I wish we’d read the mixed  260 more words


Cee's Fun Foto Challenge: Earth/Harvest

Haiku to Harvest Earth here where I tread  Feast my eyes on pumpkin heads In vegetable beds
(For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Earth/Harvest) 7 more words