Friday, 14 May 2021


Time for Weekend Reflections and The Weekend Roundup and the letter is T and Tall. Below is our Bangor TOWN Hall. If you look closely you will see red TULIPS on the front lawn.  Then we have a silver TREE which was outside a building I was attending at the hospital.  Castle Park where the TOWN Hall sits has many old TALL TREES and THESE are just TWO of these below. 

My Birders and I went out to a National Trust Property called Rowallane Gardens last week and we had  fun TREE hugging this TALL and very old Douglas Fir, remembering we needed to be socially distanced from one another. 

The final shot was taken at the Bangor Marina and is a motor boat named TROPHY and it has a TERRIFIC REFLECTION. 

Thank you for joining the party TODAY and I hope you enjoyed this post.


  1. This week (which is a big change) it is the tree rather than the reflection which is my favourite. Thank you.

  2. Hello Margaret,

    I just love the tree hugging photo! Great series!
    Take care, have a happy weekend!

  3. Great post! If you want a real tree hugging challenge try hugging the tree in the link bellow. :-) Tt's my wife walking toward an enormous tree.

  4. This silver tree is amazing, I have never seen anything like it!

  5. Trophy does have a wonderful reflection. Good your group could have fun hugging a tree. Hope you got to see some interesting birds on this adventure as well.

  6. A great post, Margaret. Delightful to see the family around the tree.

  7. Trophy is standing tall in the still water. Makes for a very pretty Reflection. I like also the Tree sculpture beside the court house. Very nice pictures as usual, Margaret.

  8. The silver sculpture is beautiful, although i do like real trees better.

    The idea of a pleasure boat called "Trophy" makes me smile.