Monday, 7 July 2014

Bangor Walled Garden in May

As you know, I have been trying the go to the Bangor Walled garden every month to record the differences throughout the year and although I went in May and June, I have not been able to show you either month before now.   As I have so many photographs I decided to make 2 SLIDE SHOWS and today I will show you May and tomorrow I will show you June so that you can see the difference in the garden, one month on.  I suggest you go, get yourself a cuppa, take few minutes break, sit back and relax as you take in the beauty of the garden.




You can access the SLIDE SHOW at

http://youtu.be/IhZBxQAk9Dw

If there is a black space below, click it and the slide show will appear.




Now I have a short video of part of the garden to show you.

You can access it at

http://youtu.be/yIpMhwR_q40

If there is a black space below, click it and the video will appear.



I hope you enjoyed seeing the garden through the slide show and video.

I thanks you for visiting my post today.  Please look in tomorrow to see the garden in June.

Many thanks for leaving comments on any of my posts.

19 comments:

  1. I see you have found the audio. Great choice of music.

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    1. Thank you Adrian, glad you liked the music.

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  2. It is spectacular! They have everything, even mushrooms!! The first video is the one I like the best, there is a huge difference in the two.

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  3. beautiful gardens Margaret; I especially liked the Walled Garden featured in the video

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    1. Many thanks Carole, I am glad you enjoyed the video. By the way, I knew it was a racing pigeon because we would not be ringing an ordinary, (feral type) pigeon but the homing birds are all ringed by their owners.

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  4. Margaret, the garden are beautiful. Lovely flowers, images and video.. Have a great day!

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  5. Oh how beautiful! Beautiful flowers and wonderful video!

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  6. The gardens are beautiful. Thank you Margaret for the tour. Looking forward to tomorrow!

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  7. a great deal of work put into that place!

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  8. what a clever way to present these two gardens, lovely music..and I love your close up photo!

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  9. WOW! Definitely a garden worth visiting!

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  10. The white alliums are so pretty. I wish we could have videoed the sand hill cranes we spotted this weekend. They were squawking up a storm.

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  11. That pink rose is gorgeous!

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  12. Wonderful job on the video! Spectacular blooms.

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  13. Beautiful walled garden, the images are perfect.

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  14. The gardens were beautiful in May. I look forward to seeing what they looked like in June.

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  15. Beautiful job you did Margaret. You're so talented (and so are the dedicated gardeners at this lovely spot).

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  16. "A thing of beauty is a joy forever". Thanks for sharing your joy!

    Peace :)

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  17. Slowly catching up on everyone's posts after our holiday. The walled gardens are just beautiful Margaret - lovely photos - thanks so much for sharing. Its one of the things I love about Blogger being able to see such wonderful sights from different parts of the country.

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