Friday, 23 May 2014

Weekend Reflections - Blessingbourne House Part 2

This is the Part 2 post of when the West Church walking group visited Blessingbourne House in April (Part 1 yesterday).
  
These are shots with reflections I took that day.  
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I hope you enjoyed these reflections.


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WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.

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39 comments:

  1. Beautiful place Margaret, lovely river and lake too.

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  2. So many pretty reflections and I love all of them!

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  3. yes..love the reflection theme and the good shots you posted..all really good!!

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  4. Looks a great place to explore Margaret.

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  5. What a pretty place. I could get lost here just reflecting. MB

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  6. This is a fine series of great looking reflection shots. Where you walked looks very interesting for its variety of attractive things.

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  7. The green is so pleasing to my eyes and I absolutely love it!
    Thanks for sharing the splendor of nature with all of us.

    Peace :)

    PS. Ireland is on my list of countries to visit.

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  8. A beautiful reflective spot to explore.

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  9. Pretty beautiful green landscapes , beautiful reflections ! Wonderful photos !

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  10. What a lovely place to wander - and you got some great reflection shots. I think the piece of the tree trunk in the bucket water is my favorite!

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    1. Hi Adrienne I am so glad you like this shots as I nearly did not add it into the post. Many thanks for visiting and leaving a comment.

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  11. TY for the brief respite!
    Love the tranquility ...

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  12. All I can say is...you have a great eye for beauty! Wishing you a wonderful and beautiful weekend, but then, I think that beauty follows you!

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    1. HI Ginny That was a wonderful thing to say even you do not know me personally. Thanks for all your visits and comments. i hope you have a great weekend

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  13. Great serie indeed ! I'm very fond of the red boat reflection on the display, it is so creative !

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  14. Hi Margaret ; thanks for letting me know it is not a boat in the display... now I see my mistake ;-)

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    1. Your welcome. it certainly was a very beautiful zylophone and very unusual.

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  15. How lovely Margaret, it all looks so lush and green. Beautiful!

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  16. Beautiful scenery. I especially like that first shot.

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  17. o, I love this kind of small lakes. or ponds. They are really lovely. The window reflection i cool too. :)

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  18. Wonderful nature...excellent shots... Really lovely reflection...

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  19. So green and peaceful , the kind of scenery that feeds my spirit! Thanks for sharing (both posts).

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  20. You must have had a wonderful day with your friends ... so many wonderful and clever reflections. I was going to ask how you kept yourself out of the window reflection, then I looked closer and there you were. Wonderful pictures, Margaret ...

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  21. Love all these reflections, and so green (it reminds me of Holland where I originally come from)!

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  22. Reflections are all around us aren't they. Your photos are beautiful :D)

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  23. Such lovely Irish greenery!!

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  24. I love that vibrant green in the countryside.

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  25. Absolutely stunning place, and photos! I really enjoyed these two posts!

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  26. Beautiful captures of a lovely, little area. Happy weekend to you!

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  27. Vacation anyone? I'd love to spend some time here!

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  28. Oh Wow Margaret. I just LOVE that first photo and they are all lovely.

    Felicia

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  29. Lovely photos! Looks like a wonderful place to visit.

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