Friday, 24 October 2014

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - FISH POND at Huntingdon House

While we were being shown the inside of Huntingdon House at Satemwa Tea and Coffee Plantation,(CLICK HERE to see that post), the 3 children were outside and unbeknown to us had been given bread to feed the goldfish in the pond. They were so intent on doing this and watching the dozens of fish, they never noticed me standing right opposite and photographing them.





It took me a minute or two to realise that not only were they feeding the fish but eating the bread themselves!!


Now doesn’t this shot of Annika my granddaughter say it all!!!  

I am linking this post to WEEKEND REFLECTIONS

I hope you enjoyed this post and tomorrow I am finishing my time at the Tea and Coffee Plantation by showing you Blue Monkeys I saw there.

Thank you for visiting and also to those people who leave kind comments.

39 comments:

  1. Thanks for your kind comment. Glad you enjoyed the post.

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  2. Your grandchildren are adorable.. I love the photos and the reflections.. Happy weekend!

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  3. That bread must have been good eating!! Love how the goldfish matches your granddaughter's shimmery hair! Is she a mermaid?! Wendy x

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  4. Oh your grands are so cute. And Anika's blue eyes are beautiful red hair is so unique. (Obviously this is Irish, we're not used to seeing such beauty!) I love Blue Monkeys which we saw often between Kerio Valley and Eldoret in Kenya. Happy weekend to you. Jo

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  5. fabulous shots, the last one is priceless.

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  6. If you get this I have cracked comments, Margaret.
    Great blog. I love the photos.

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  7. How much fun is that! I bet they enjoyed that immensely. Who says kids need electronic gadgets to be happy? This is enjoying childhood as far as I'm concerned.

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  8. Delightful photos of your sweet grandchildren Margaret.

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  9. What fun! That is a lot of Goldfish. Bread seems good no matter who's mouth it goes in. MB

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  10. Charming pictures Margaret. The way you captured the colours of the fish and the colours of the children's clothes is really lovely.

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  11. Wonderful pictures of lovely kids! Love to watch this kind of fish too.

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  12. several of these should be enlarged and framed on your wall. :)

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  13. Oh my gosh what cute pictures of such a fun time! This brings that old saying to mind, feed them and they will come swimming in!

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  14. That's great...some bread for the fish, some bread for me!
    ~

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  15. Too cute. Looks like they were having a lot of fun!

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  16. Great shots of a fun outing with the grandchildren!

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  17. Series of such joyful reflections.

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  18. Amazing photos with reflection in a fish pond... The grandchildren are so cute and
    they've enjoyed feeding the fish and eating the bread as well...Nicely done...

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  19. Love those kiddos looking into the fish pond.

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  20. The innocence of children. Annika is a beautiful young lady.

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  21. I can't believe it, there are hundreds of fish! The kids are cute!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  22. Beautiful serie, lovely reflections!

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  23. And they are so intent on the fish, that I bet they didn't even notice the lovely reflection or you ... but then, I think Annika has a look of "oh, you caught me eating the fish's bread :). She is so adorable and I love the red curls. Don't you wish you could sit at the side of a pond like that ... It would take three poeple to get me up, Ha! Great post, Margaret ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  24. Oh I love the red hair on Annika! Wow, so many fish in that pond! The kids are cute in the photos!

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  25. Wow, the kids looks so natural on those pictures... That is really a beautiful serie.

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  26. Great photos, great story :)
    I have just been catching up on your Malawi posts. It looks simply wonderful there. I am sooo jealous

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  27. I love seeing the world through the eyes of children… and you have really helped us to look at the fish this way. Your grandkids are precious!!!

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  28. Wonderful pictures. Best pictures arise when they do not know about shooting :-)
    Thank you for your visit and comment. Have a nice weekend!

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  29. You get the best pics of kids when they don't know you are taking their photo. These are priceless, great shots Margaret.

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  30. they look like they are really enjoying themselves. love how they seem to be touching the fish.

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  31. beautiful series of shots with great reflections! Cute kids too!

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  32. A beautiful fishpond! Nice to see the kids enjoying their time there!

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  33. your grandaughter is just as cute as can be. I just love that red hair and expression that she has on her face.

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  34. good to see children still likes the natural world. Looks very nice with the red fish.

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