Wednesday, November 18, 2015

MORE PHOTOS FROM OUR VACATION LAST SUMMER - DUCK ISLAND COTTAGE, ST. JAMES PARK, LONDON


I haven't been out to take any photographs lately so I am still relying on ones I haven't shared yet from our trip to England last summer.  These were all from St. James Park in London.


























I am sharing this with Good Fences and SkyWatch Friday when they become available, with thanks to our hosts for these fun memes.

Good Fences
SkyWatch Friday


35 comments:

  1. What a delightful spot! I love the little cottage with its gardens ! An oasis within the park!
    I like the trellis fencing a lot!
    Have a great week!

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  2. how pretty! love the gardens and fence!

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  3. Pretty and peaceful! You've photographed the area beautifully.

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  4. These are lovely. I wish I lived in the cottage.

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  5. Denise, I love your header and this series of photos are great! I am sorry you aren't able to get out for your photo shoots. I had an attack of pseudogout last night and am in such pain on my right ankle that it is hurting me to walk right now, even without shoes.

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  6. Belas fotos deste magnifico parque.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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  7. Hmm, wish I was there right now. Lovely photos, Denise, and the first one is great as a new header.

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  8. Hello Denise, I love the cute cottage. The lake view is pretty. I can imagine there were a lot of birds fore the bird-keeper to take care of. The tree in the last shot is pretty. Wonderful post, have a happy day!

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  9. Lovely photos . Looks like a nice place for a stroll ! Thanks for sharing , have a good week !

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  10. These are heart-warming! My maternal grandmother and paternal grandmothers came from England. (Mind you I am adopted!!!) Before hubby got sick he wanted to go to England. We need a house sitter, and a lot of money He has another CT Scan in Dec. and we'll see how things are.
    cheerio!

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  11. I hope your foot is getting better.
    England is so beautiful in the summer.

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  12. These photos look like they could be in a book of fairytales! Lots of charm!

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  13. What a sweet little cottage - with an even sweeter garden! Lovely.

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  14. such awesome little cottages and some great fences protecting them!!!!

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  15. A beautiful part of the world I will never see.

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  16. Lovely cottages, beautiful countryside.

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  17. Very highly desierable isn't it? I could happily live there and write while keeping an eye on the nature around the pond. As long as there's a pub in walking distance.

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  18. Denise, this is sooo pretty. Beautiful might be a better word. I just really love it.

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  19. What a charming and quaint cottage. It has lovely grounds and very nice fences.

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  20. LOVE that cottage! and the last tree is amazing. so beautiful

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  21. So pretty! I see the weather was kind to you, on that day at least:-)

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  22. That's so fun to see the painting and the real thing all right here. So beautiful and romantic,mi love this.

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  23. Hi Denise,

    Such a beautiful park and garden and love he house.
    Enjoy the weekend
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  24. All of these shots are magical in my mind. I love that park. It is so pretty and inviting. You have to love the beautiful iron fence.

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  25. Enjoying your shots, Denise. Very lovely to see.
    Nice to be here again.
    http://www.womenandperspectives.com/2015/11/a-piece-of-sundog.html

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  26. Such a lovely place and this garden ... so beautiful! Wonderful photos!

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  27. Great pictures.

    Have a nice weekend.

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