Sunday, 26 April 2015

You Want Some More? Well, Here's Some More!

Some more photos from the gardens of my fellow-villagers in Meldreth. I'm not sure how some of these didn't get into my two earlier posts.




















Take care.



28 comments:

  1. British gardens always seem so interesting and well cared for!

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  2. So pretty John.. there's something very special about English gardens.

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  3. Love these gardens! So beautiful! And I like your rocking chair reflection photo too.

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  4. Such beautiful gardens there. Wonderful photos.

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  5. I am the one who want more photos of beautiful gardens. Never ever be tired to look at them and enjoy their beauty.

    Outstanding photos!

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  6. Tiptoeing through the tulips, very nice.

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  7. Marvellous John! What a colourful, creative door and welcoming garden in that first shot. Wonderful reflections and love that rocking chair! Wishing you a joy-filled week ahead.

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  8. Very nice. I like the shot of the blue chair.

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  9. It is a varied collection of garden photos. In some I admire the garden setting. In some, I admire your photographic artistry. The blue rocking chair and shadow photo is lovely.

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  10. What pretty gardens! I love all the color and scenes you shot.

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  11. Lovely photos John. I like your last few posts too, especially the "Official Photographer" ones. The magnolia's are gorgeous.

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  12. I love them all, especially Shadow Rocker.

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  13. Such a lovely garden. I love the baby elephant.

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  14. Yards of flowers -- your area is just blooming its head off. I especially like the two white chairs placed in the garden -- they seems part of it. Also the turquoise chair reflected on the porch -- very nice. thanks for sharing all these wonderful photos.

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  15. Lovely photos of beautiful gardens... Thank you for sharing!

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  16. Beautiful gardens and photos. A lot of work has gone into those gardens.

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  17. I love seeing well-cared for gardens! And I really like the shadow of the chair. It's super!

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  18. Lovely to see your neighbors' gardens John. All very beautiful but that door with its old hinges and latch, how I wish I had one like it. The flower decoration too. Great series of photos!

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  19. I truly love the first shot---my kind of garden. Interesting.
    And--A Blue Rocking shair. Great! I know a song call The Blue Rocking Chair by Kenny Chesney.
    Oh thanks for your visit.
    MB

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  20. Just been catching up John and just love the 'official' photography that you took of the gardens. The diversity of the gardens is amazing, but I do love that elephant sculpture.

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  21. My, my, my. What creative minds your neighbors have. I think I'll go out and throw rocks at my weedy beds. Seriously, lovely spaces. Thank you for letting us see them.

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  22. That's a gorgeous garden- I love the pretty blooms, the blue chair and the garden? door.

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  23. Spring flowers do make you smile

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  24. When I look your lovely photos I can't wait the summer here.
    So wonderful garden.

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  25. outstanding images. I especially like the pool of water with bare trees reflected in it. Looks so lush there. Vibrance everwhere.

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  26. your neighbors have beautiful gardens.

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