Monday, 5 September 2016

THROUGH MY LENS - Broad Water Tow Path

These photographed were taken when my friend Sue and I had taken a train to Moira Station and then walked along the river at Broad Water.   There were not many birds although tomorrow I will show you a family of swans, one of the cygnets had a very odd wing  Enjoy.  I am linking with THROUGH MY LENS.







Grey Heron




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29 comments:

  1. I am always amazed at just how green it is...

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  2. Beautiful beautiful countryside. All so peaceful. This series of pictures reminds me of the Thomas Hardy movie "Far From The Madding Crowd".

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  3. Love the green fields and the fact that the animals are roaming around freely.
    Thanks for linking up with "Through my Lens"

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  4. That's a beautiful place !!
    Greetings

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  5. A beautiful plase, Margaret!
    I like the fisrt Photo and your shot from the grey heron!
    Have a lucky week!
    Britta

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  6. A beautiful series of photos from Broad water. I have enjoyed cycling along it numerous times.

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  7. These landscapes are some familiar - even though I have never been there.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Just back in Melbourne!

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  8. Wonderful series of photos! I like the tunnel a lot.

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  9. Love the photos Margaret - looks a beautiful walk through wonderful countryside I always enjoy walking by water :)

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  10. Tow paths can be such good places for wildlife - a little negelected by birders but well worth a look. Lovely pictures Margaret.

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  11. Hello, beautiful scenes. I like the views of the water, sheep and the heron. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  12. Beautiful pictures, i like this place!
    Greetings and have a nice week
    Gabi

    http://stich-schlinge.de

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  13. I really like the second shot, of the fence and tunnel. The rusty old Quonset hut makes an interesting photo, too.

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  14. So green! Wonderful series of photos!

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  15. Your pictures, as always, are wonderful, capturing the essence of the countryside. I love the old stone, oh so sturdy, bridge. Why don't they make them like that anymore. Nice to have a friend to take a lovely walk with, right? Beautifully done, Margaret ...

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  16. the first image, gorgeous!! pretty heron too, i so enjoy seeing them!!!

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  17. What a gorgeous place to walk.... Loved being there with you.... Loved seeing the reflections in the water...

    Hope your hand is better.

    I published a new blog post today. Check it out when you have time.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  18. What a peaceful post! Serene country photos.

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  19. Wonderful views. I like that first shot.

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  20. Gorgeous scenery Margaret.

    I must apologize for being so late this week coming by to say hello and view your blog posts! The holiday has me a little back-logged and last week I wasn't able to stop by at all.

    Hope all is well with you.

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  21. Margaret, showed beautiful place.
    Your photos are fantastic.
    Have a nice week.
    Greetings.
    Lucja

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  22. Lots of beautiful reflections. Ideal walking country.

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  23. Beautiful images. The reflection ones are exceptional.

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  24. Beautiful photos! I like the shot of the old rusty structure with the uneven pieces of metal making up the roof!!

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  25. Looks like such a serene place to walk and love the beautiful grey heron. Also love seeing the sheep. I have some sort of real affinity for photos of sheep, and enjoyed your photos here.

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  26. What a beautiful place to take a walk. I love the sheep.

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