Thursday, 13 October 2016

GOOD FENCES - Castle Espie on the Wild Side

Over the last couple of days I have been showing you ducks and geese I photographed at WWT Castle Espie and today I  am taking you out into their WILD side where you will see fences and bridges as well as reflections.  There will be more beautiful ducks and geese tomorrow for you and I hope you will look in again.  Sorry the shots are a bit dull due to the grey skies that day.  I am linking thi post with GOOD FENSES.








Many thanks for your visit and also all the comments you leave.

23 comments:

  1. Hello!:) What a beautiful place, with wonderful rustic fences, and even on a dull day you got really good photos of everything, and also reflections of the bridge. I love the Hide!

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  2. Lovely hut, well done Margaret.

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  3. Those grey days do rasther spoil it for us Margaret. never mind, you came away from your day with some fine photos.

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  4. The new hut is a lovely building in itself and the photos of the bridge are great!

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  5. So many nicely shot photos! I find the woven fences so pleasant.

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  6. I love the view in that first shot. I agree with your other readers that you got some very nice shots in spite of the overcast day. The bridge and its reflection are great, and I love that hide.

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  7. Wow, this lovely design kind of reminds me of a cross between an acorn and a Hersey's Kiss chocolate candy! Nice shots even in this light!

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  8. Such an interesting roof on that building. Never saw one like this before

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  9. Lovely pictures. This cottage is charming.
    Belongs to The Hobbit?
    Greetings.

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  10. I love the reflections- especially if the bridge!

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  11. Is that lovely thatched structure a blind Margaret? It is a charming place to view the birds if it is. Lovely photos, fences and reflections.

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  12. The reflections are beautiful, the building is beautiful, and the grounds are beautiful! How lovely! Thanks for leaving my puffin as a header. I truly enjoy visiting him every day!

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  13. good lead in lines with these photos Margaret
    peter

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  15. Great assortment of neat fences.

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  16. i like the sweeping view in the first.

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  17. even though it overcast its still a beautiful area. what is the roof made of on the house in the last image? looks like some kind of grass

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  18. What an unusual little place, but it looks very inviting and serene.

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  19. I love those buildings. So different.

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  20. How pretty. These are very nice looking fences and I like the design of the building.

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