and sometimes other places
Lucky you to have the sun - it is raining here and foggy. That first shot looks like a painting - gorgeous!
You have done it again Elizabeth in creating such atmosphere. Glad you so enjoyed your day, I did too.Glad you got some nice weather before you return to the US.
Your pictures are really great. You are becoming quite the photographer. The birthday pictures are lovely-what cute kids. Looking forward to seeing you when you come back to the states.-Kristin
Oh, I'm so glad that I've checked your blog! I've always loved those words ("season of mists and mellow fruitfulness") and how appropriate they are today. I wandered out in my garden this morning and it was swathed in fog . . . but later it burned off and became a beautiful, golden day. Little daughter and I picked blackberries in the evening, and came home in the chilly, sun-streaked gloom. I'm delighted that you are in England when it is so fine.
Lovely shots, Elizabeth! I wish I could witness Fall taking over England.
Beautiful pictures, of course.But tell me, Elizabeth, what is a staddle stone?Look forward to seeing you when you get back to NY.xo
lovely images Elizabeth!xox - eb.
Love all the interesting lighting in these pics! But I think my favourite pic is of the flowers gathered for the harvest festival. There is a simple but beautiful elegance about them in that vase!
Thank you for the beautiful guided tour, my ancesters were English and German...I have always longed to visit these grand vistas.sharon
I look forward to hearing from you!