Friday, 18 September 2015

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Mount Stewart House and Gardens (Part 5)

All, bar one of the following reflections are photographed in the garden of 
Mount Stewart Gardens.   
You will see that the mirror reflection is to be found in the house.  
The video of the Mute Swans with their 7 cygnets are at the end.









I just have one reflection shot from inside the house.




I told you on my post on Tuesday I would show you the video of the Mute Swans today as it has lovely reflections on the lake at Mount Stewart.

CLICK HERE if the video does not appear. 



I hope you enjoyed this post and I am linking it with 

Tomorrow, on Saturday Critters I will be showing you two very different horses and I am pretty confident that no one will guess what either will be like.   Apart from the two horses, there are lots more critters I found at Mount Stewart.

Thanks you for visiting and also to those who leave comments.

33 comments:

  1. Oh wow Margaret the reflection shots are perfect. Love the indoor one and the two little girls are cute! Have a wonderful weekend. Jo

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    1. Hi Jo Actually there are 4 little girls in that shot and they are not the same girls that are in yesterday's post.Glad you liked the gardens and reflections.

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  2. Glorious. The water lily is perfection.

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  3. Wow! Gorgeous reflections shots. I love everyone of them. I enjoyed the swan video too!

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  4. A nice set of pictures as always :o)

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  5. Hello Margaret, pretty reflection on the pond. I love the pretty waterlilies and the swans. Great photos. Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

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  6. Such a lovely place. The reflections are amazing.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  7. Everything about this post is delicious ... the reflections and just the overall beauty of the gardens. And, of course, you know I love the Swans and their cignets. Beautifuuly done, Margaret ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  8. You sure do know how to spread out the reflections. Lovely views in every shot!

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  9. Hi Margaret - Stunning photos your shared! It's so beautiful there. I was never able to view the video, not here nor on You Tube either. I suspect the trouble is on my end.

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  10. A fine series around this lake. I enjoyed seeing the variety and watching the video. A very good post.

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  11. Lovely reflections and gardens - a super post with some great phots :)

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  12. Oh, what a lovley garden ,great photos ,have a nice weekend ,Nette

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  13. Many great reflections here. I especially like your first one with the reflected lotus flower, an important symbol in both Buddhist and Muslim religions.

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  14. That bird on your banner is fantastic, so colorful and unique! And those gardens are fantastic!

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  15. fabulous gardens...and I love the reflections of the water lilies/lotus. And the swans are beautiful too

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  16. The globe like design of the water reflection of the water lilies is beautiful, and the reflection of your first image so sharp!

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  17. what a beautiful place, so intense colors and wonderful reflections

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  18. such beautiful reflections - happy weekend :-)

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  19. Beautiful pictures and reflections!

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  20. Well done! Loved the swans, too.

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  21. Absolutely gorgeous photos and reflections. The video is great as well.

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  22. there is some very nice water areas in this garden. Love the ponds and reflections :)

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  23. What a stunning garden. Love the lily reflection!

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  24. Beautiful photos of beautiful reflections!

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  25. Gorgeous shots and reflections!

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  26. There's something very special about water lilies, lovely reflections Margaret.

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  27. Breathtakingly beautiful images, Margaret, of the surroundings. Lush, sparkling and serene.

    Poppy

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