Friday, 5 June 2015

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Blessingbourne House (Part 12)

As I near the end of posting about all aspects of Blessingbourne House, over the past 2 weeks, I am sure you realise that I love this place and also am very privileged to have been given the chance to stay and photograph it.  So sit back as I show you some photographs I took it over the 3 days I spent there.























I hope you have enjoyed seeing the beauty of the lake and the peace that surrounds it.

I am linking this post with WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.

Thank you for your visit and also for all your comments.

32 comments:

  1. Lovely reflections in the lake!

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  2. Beautiful pictures of the lake.
    The reflection is really great, photo 5 has stolen my heart.
    Best regards, Irma

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  3. These are great shots - such rich colours. I'm looking forward to seeing some colour like this soon (which is another way to say that part of my busy month will bring me to the UK)

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  4. Really beautiful reflections and landscapes. Great photography!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. Superb scenic images Margaret.

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  6. Hello Margaret, gorgeous scenic shots and lovely reflections. I would love this place too. Beautiful images! Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

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  7. Wow Margaret a really beautiful set of images. Have so enjoyed your series of posts on this lovely place :) Have a good weekend.

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  8. Photos with so beautiful scenes.

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  9. Hi Margaret, This is a wonderful place. Thank you for sharing all the photos!

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  10. really gorgeous watery reflections.

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  11. Gorgeous photos of a gorgeous place. And the weather looks wonderful.
    Amalia
    xo

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  12. I absolutely love this set of images. Each scene is stunning.Have a wonderful weekend.

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  13. Beautiful place! And great reflections.

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  14. Everything looks so tranquil Margaret. And with not another soul in sight. You have a lovely series of photographs.

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  15. Have really enjoyed your series on the Margaret, and this place looks so peace filled. love these shots and think they would all make great paintings also... So fortunate for you to have spent time at this place.

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  16. Wow, Margaret. Such a beautiful series of reflections! Great camera work.

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  17. As there seems calm ;-)
    Céline & Philippe

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  18. oh, how I'd love to have a cabin or cottage on some part of this stunning property!

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  19. Absolutely marvellous! So pretty and happy and serene!

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  20. I have really enjoyed your series of posts about Blessingbourne House. It looks a marvellous place and the reflection shots in this latest post are especially inviting.
    Have a great weekend margaret

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  21. The sky tells us that it is a different time or a different position. The clouds that are there, then not. The different views each one beautiful in it's own way. This is a lovely post of reflections, Margaret. You seem to be able to spot them everywhere you go.

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  22. Very pretty, calm and peaceful. I can see why you enjoyed your visit.

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  23. I have been enjoying your visit to this beautiful place. Now these last shots of the reflection, water lilies, the boats, I absolutely adore these images and you captured them all beautifully.

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  24. Truly a beautiful and peaceful place. Your photos were lovely.

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  25. very nice photos and scenery, I can just imagine sitting in that boat and rowing out onto the water :-)

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  26. made me think of the song "row row row your boat..." So much summer in these images.

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  27. Fantastic photos...the reflection is really outstanding...

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  28. beautiful reflections and skies too.

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