Monday, May 05, 2008

Walk . . . part ii







13 comments:

DineometerDeb said...

Those are beautiful photos. I can't imagine where you took them. You have inspired me to take a walk tomorrow where I think you might have taken them and see for myself.

LeenaM said...

Such a beautiful environment you have there.
I think, I have never seen a white water-lily or iris, what is a gight name, beautiful.

Greetings from the Black Sea and the train, I am going to home just now.
I have so many photos, that it will take weeks, before I have managed to sort them through :))

Katie Alender said...

That last picture is positively Escher-like!

And I love, love, love trees wrapping themselves around other objects.

Sally Crawford from London said...

The bell sculpture hanging over the riverside. Mmmmm.

Mind you, I wouldn't mind seeing more of that bridge . . . :))

The beauty you can find on your doorstep, beautifully captured, tut-tut.

The house looks as if it has some Dutch influence. ?

dennis said...

Dennis would like to walk along that river.

Chedwick University said...

The trustees are thinking about planting Wisteria on Campus. Katie is right, that last pic feels like there's some illusion going on. Very nice.


The Trustees

Ex-Shammickite said...

Love those bells... do they really ring?

Anonymous said...

Shammie:

Yes they do; and a lovely, hollow sound it is.

tt

Anonymous said...

Ched. U. trustees:

Wisteria is lovely, and as you can see can engulf that to which it clings . . .

tt

MotherPie said...

I've been enjoying watching the Iris unfurl in different places on my spring trip. Now i'm home I have enjoyed this beautiful photo on your post!

carolyn said...

More wonderful sculpture, your riverside must be a mini sculpture park.

mystic rose said...

What adelightful walk that must have been!!! i love the photographs.

Betty C. said...

I love all of these details. Everything looks so different from the Pacific Northwest -- not to mention France!