Rising from the ashes, working it out
Oh these are beautiful. It makes me breathe easier just looking at them!
What beautiful views you have! I am so glad you left the photos big, so when we click on them we can see all the lovely details.Are the gardens really closing permanently? I love the juxtaposition of old crumbling brick, rock or wood next to the natural world growing with reckless abandon.These are terrific, Mandy, I really enjoyed seeing what you see. I hope you have a lovely weekend.Hugs,xoxoxoAngela
How beautiful! It looks like the sun is out a lot, I imagine these pictures look entirely different in rain, but so pretty as well.
Love those pix. Particularly the one with crumbling arch - its nature claiming back what once belonged to nature ;-)
It's wonderful to see someone who lives somewhere so beautiful take the time to enjoy it. Gorgeous photos.
Beautiful pictures. I am quite jealous of the blue sky. We've had rain all week. when we don't it's absolutely gorgerous. A bit like your views. :)
Beautiful pix, Mandy - thank you. It's a gorgeous area you live in, that's for sure. Am woefully ignorant of whole tracts of England, and sure there are many hidden delights in the landscapes.
Hi:I'm coming from Paula's blog.I really enjoyed what you wrote on her blog.And wow, beautiful scenery you get to view from your window.. hugs,ms. hen
Hi Mandy. I had fun enlarging these. I liked the chimney pots in the view from your therapy room at work.If you visited the beautiful gardens recently, does this mean your foot is feeling better? Hope so!
hello mandy, how are you doing foot wise, blog wise, work wise, life wise? :)it is very fun for me to see where you live.xoxo
Great photos! what is the story about Consall Gardens, last day they are open ever??Catching up, and loved your post about Ypres, your dad and all those lost young soldiers. Very moving, and a good reminder to us all indeed.
This is such a respite, with or without words.Lovely.
What fabulous views you have Mandy. I have just visited the web site for Consall Gardens, it is very sad that it will be closed to the public now. The ground are breaktaking.
*sigh* What lovely things to capture. And what great captures!I tote my camera around because it forces me to look at things I might otherwise miss.Oh, I wouldn't have wanted to miss any of these views. *happy sigh*
So lovely. Thank you.
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