Friday, 27 July 2012

Farleigh Hungerford

A quick trip to Farleigh Hungerford provided lots of lush greenery to include in Fiona's {Green Day 6}







On the way back I stopped in Wingfield to photograph this view to include in Jan and Jer's Friday Fences.


15 comments:

  1. Dearest Eileen,
    Oh, beautiful green scenery of England (Farleigh Hungerford). I have been your country once, and been to Bath, a bit close place I think) I wish I can again... Haha, with my age and all(^^;)
    Lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  2. Lovely greens Eileen.

    Isn't the weeping tree beautiful?

    It looks like a great place to visit.

    Glad the sun is eventually shining on us all!

    Have a good weekend.

    x Fiona

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  3. what a beautiful quaint area. love the fence views. (:

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  4. beautiful fencing! and weeping willows, too!

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  5. What a lovely place Eileen and you have some wonderful shots - I love weeping willows and those are wonderful ones.

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  6. A wonderful selection of photos to celebrate the English countryside - refreshing for the eyes and brain.

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  7. Oh ja, sehr schön und wie es ausschaut, es grünt überall...

    Lieben Gruß
    CL

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  8. Beautiful green shots...such a lovely countryside!

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  9. Beautiful photos! I love the manor house! And the great fence!

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  10. Beautiful scenery. I love the last fence photo. Visiting from Raindrops and Daisies, Green Day. Enjoy the weekend. Pamela

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  11. So beautiful and calming. We are blessed to be very green in Virginia....lots of rain this year.

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  12. Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos from English country side !
    Olympia

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  13. Every think looks so lush and green. We are very dry here.
    Love the fence and the weeping willow tree.

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  14. Your photos bring back some nice memories of visiting in England--especially loved walking through many small towns and villages like these where the river is very much a part of the landscape and the green is the place to see and be seen. Favorite memory--babysitting a German Shepherd while its owner went in a shop. In was in Stow-on-the-Wold and I was missing my own dog.

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