Monday, 6 October 2014

Bangor Walled Garden - end of September

As some of you know I have had to replace my camera due to the fact that water got into it so last week I took my new one out for a test drive.  Firstly to the Bangor Walled Garden (today's post) and the next day I was in Dublin with 2 hours to spare and went to the zoo.  So this week, I am taking a break from posting on my 6 week trip to Africa to show you the photographs and video I took.   All of the photographs are straight out of the camera without ANY editing.  I would value your honest opinion.

Sit back and enjoy the beauty of this garden.































I hope you enjoyed this.

Now relax as you watch and listen to the fountain.

You can access it at

http://youtu.be/fy8q4TOXt9E

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




Thank you for visiting.

For the rest of this week I will be posting 
photographs and videos
 from Dublin Zoo.

Many thanks for all your comments.

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  2. The gardens and flowers are gorgeous, Margaret! A lovely place to visit and photograph.. The fountain and video are wonderful too. Have a happy day!

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  3. These are gorgeous photos, and I enjoy the video also. Your new camera serves you well!

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  4. Such an amazing garden! Gorgeous flowers and all these colors ... So beautiful!

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  5. The garden are stunning, I am in awe.

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  6. Well you seem to have got the hang of your new camera very quickly. beautiful photos and so much colour in the garden.

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  7. Looks to me like you've bought yourself a wonderful new camera! Sorry about the old one, though! EW!!

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  8. That is a lovley garden ,beautiful photos ,Nette

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  9. Margaret, you and your new camera are getting along very well. When you tried to dry it out with rice I hoped for the best but really had my doubts that it would work on such a delicate instrument. The range and variety of colors and flowers amaze me, and the video is very relaxing.

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  10. These are all just beautiful! Some of my favorites are the beautiful arbor entrance, the fountain with Whale Tails!!! The gorgeous dahlias, and the wildflower garden. I think that wild garden with all the miniature colors is my absolute favorite.

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  11. Hi Margaret!
    Honest answer? There is a very beautifully.
    Your photos came out great. I suppose you are satisfied.
    This garden is's full of charm.
    Greetings from Polish.

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  12. Wow, I would have loved to visit this garden, so many beautiful blooms and colors. Nice fountain video!

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  13. The images are beautiful in content and excellent in quality. You and that new camera work well together.

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  14. Such a gorgeous gardens! Love the video of the fountain. The flowers are so beautiful!

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  15. so far so good. A great garden and good shots. The real test will be when you try strong shadows and sunlight . Teh images in teh garden was not that difficult. But it has fine and rich colors.

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  16. Wow, how GORGEOUS and BEAUTIFUL garden♡♡♡ Yes, I enjoyed the wonderful pictures.
    I just finished my father's memorial service and visiting friends, thank you very much for the sweet feeling.

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  17. WoW....what a beautiful place, you photographed it well!! i really liked the field of wild flowers!!

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  18. stunning gardens, so much beauty there..

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  19. I think the pictures are great...can I ask what kind of camera did you get? did you shoot auto-focus and auto everything or how?

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