Okay, I probably wasn’t supposed to take this pic, although I have been to London a few times, I have never been to Windsor, and the private gardens are pretty freaking amazing. I didn’t trespass. I just leaned really, really, far over the wall to get this pic. Gorgeous huh? You can see why foxes choose to live in certain London parks. They are smart as foxes!
London is of course, old, historic, beautiful. It has gravitas.
But it is also for the birds,
and the people who care for them!
Like the birdkeeper and his cottage. A refuge for the birdman and his exotic birds was first established in 1612.
I love a town that established a place for a keeper of the birds 400 hundred years ago.
Plus, there are all the flowers.
Which is the way to London Town?
To see the king in his golden crown.
One foot up and one foot down.
To see the Queen in her silken gown.
(Source: Unknown Nursery Rhyme).
Cheers to you from lovely London Town~
281 thoughts on “London Town~”
It is such an elegant city~
Those irises must be Photoshopped. They must be – or I want some!
Laughing. I don’t even have photoshop. I use sony’s play memories home. The saturation was slightly enhanced but they were an incredible bold blue like you see in Europe. They must have been dosed with lots of nitrogen. You can buy Gems blue infused color flowers in the US that are incredibly bold. They have die introduced into their venous systems. They are beautiful. I also heard Japan has patented the first blue rose. This I want to see!
I don’t want to see a blue rose or a black tulip! I want dem blue irises!!
Laughing, wish I could pick you some!
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Oh quite an honor! Thank you~
Cheers! It is lovely… 🙂
Thank you Bette my dear and happy Sunday~
I love to see photos and views from people who don’t come from Britain. These are gorgeous Cindy.
Awwww, thank you. Britain is bee-yut-ee-ful so it’s quite easy!
Fantastic for sure!
People who devote a lot of time to gardens, flowers, animals and birds are tic all the boxes in my book!
The parks are sumptious!
Beautiful pictures of the places. The first picture with the view of the castle is just so wonderful.
I sort of snuck it, but it was worth it. Wouldn’t you love to sit in that garden?
I love your photos of London,Cindy and the birds and the flowers and the nursery rhyme. 🙂
Awwww, then I am happy Ranu~ <3
How breathtakingly beautiful.
Awwww, so pleased you love London too my friend and happy Sunday!
Lean… lean all you can! The pics are gorgeous!
Laughing, get me next to a place you’re not encouraged to photograph, and you know what I have to do. I even did it in Russia. I especially did it in Russia! Laughing more….. <3
Awwww, honored. Cheers to you too~
Beautiful photos as always, Cindy <3
Thank you my friend~
Wow! Amazing photos!
Ahhhh, thanks so much~
Spectacular pictures! The first one of Windsor looks like a dream!
I think it has to one of the perks of being the Queen! 😉
Absolutely gorgeous, as always! London is one of those places I keep saying I want visit one day. London seems to have everything — except me! 😀
Okay, now I want to help you plan your trip. London needs you. Too bad you can’t bring your kitty-kats, but London already has a lot of them. When ya goin?????
Heading out as soon as I find someone who will take care of a dozen cats and one dog for free — including administering shots and meds to kitties! Wish me luck on that one! HA! In the meantime, I’ll be traveling along with you! 😀
Well, I love traveling with you Linda! You are be best! <3
I have loved being at Windsor Castle….the bloody Tower…and Westminster Abbey’s Poets’ Corner (of course). I envy your being there, and your beautiful pix. I am glad I found you, since I cannot travel anymore. You are my surrogate adventurer and photographer par excellence!
The first time I was in the tower, I had an epiphany that I remember to this day. It was a loooooong time ago. The place has ghosts that whisper to you. I love to whisper back! I am so glad you travel with me Cynthia. I love your company. <3
Wonderful pictures. I love London. I was there in March and had such a great time. And your lovely photos showed me a part I didn’t see.
London has everything doesn’t it? I actually went to a tattoo/barber shop and got an extreme haircut that is in vogue that I am now finally loving. The shop was co-owned by a man from Bulgaria and a man from Brazil. They employed a woman from Spain. I had so much fun there. You can find and do anything in London which makes it such a fun city. I bet it was nippy in March, but uncrowded which is always best.
It was nippy, but like you said, the crowd was less, and for me that’s well worth it.
Yes for me too. I am actually home now. I prefer Europe in the colder months too, without the crowds. We once had the Uffizi entirely to ourselves in January. Cold by heavenly! Cheers to you and happy Sunday~
Amazing! Did you know that the light on the other side of the Atlantic is scientifically different? My eye doctor told me. Great job with these photos 🙂
No, I had never heard this, but I tend to believe it. The light starts changing somewhere mid-Atlantic and I have photos of it. Now that you connected the dots for me, I will probably post the photos. Fascinating & thank you. I will look into it~
Breathtaking and absolutely gorgeous pics! What beautiful hydrangeas!! My favorite! ❤️
Yay, another hydrangea lover! They don’t do well at The Holler, but they surely do in many parts of Europe in such BLUE colors! Love them~
Yes my fave flowers for sure! 😍They do not do well here in SC either- I have some family in WV and it’s a moist cooler climate so they do pretty well there.
You should have called in! You weren’t that far from me! lol 😉 The Royal Windsor Horse Show where I like to go when I get the chance, is held in the castle grounds every year. It’s a cool place! I met up with my mum and dad on one of their rare visits, in Windsor recently. They were down for the day on a river trip as part of their holiday. But I think I know Windsor best for the night clubs! lol 😉 Can’t go there for that anymore as we don’t have a car driver but it’s cool whatever time of day you’re there….and it’s awesome at Christmas too!! 🙂
Oh I would have so loved to have met you. It really is spectacular isn’t it? I imagine it is divine at Christmas. I have never been in Europe at Christimas because I am always with family, but I can imagine it. The towns around Windsor are so lovely. We didn’t hit the nightclubs (darn it) but we did have some awesome Vietnamese food. It’s definitely not the London I remember as a child, with lots of mashed peas, mutton and filet of plaice. I never want to see another mutton or plaice unless they are swimming or ambling around the countryside. Laughing….. Oh, I regret not alerting you, but then you would have felt pressured. We’re heading back to Europe in November which just came up, but not London. Next time, I will alert you! <3
London is very cosmopolitan and multicultural! Come back at the end of August and visit NottingHill Carnival 🙂 You will see some wonderful Caribbean culture and the food and music is awesome! It would have been lovely to see you but I know it’s not a realistic suggestion 🙂 Nice to think about though! Doesn’t it seem very tame here after all those exotic places you visit? Even after your wonderful home at The Holler? 😉 I was hoping to fly out to Moscow and St Petersburg but it will have to wait till New year now due to inconvenient holiday dates that I can’t change now. I was lookng at trips to see the Northern lights! I’m not a sun, sea and beaches or lay around the pool all day person so it’s proving not so easy for a first time traveler finding a suitable destination which will fit in with current holiday dates!
Oh you would love the experience of Russia. I hope you do go. The architecture alone makes it worth the trip. I have never hit it at the right time to see the Northern Lights, but it is something I definitely want to see too. And, yes London is multi-cultural and I love it! It is a crossroads for Europe, Africa and Asia to the west. I feel this is one of the many aspects of the city that make it so fascinating to visit. Next time I pop into to London, I will let you know. It it works to get together, I would love it!
Thank you Cindy for such a wonderful visit to verdant London. Everything is so fresh and the colours are magnificent. 🙂
It is just an entirely different color of green. It IS greeness. I remember being struck by this as a kid, and I am still now!
These are just beautiful! Tasteful and elegant!! <3
Awww, so pleased you enjoyed & cheers to you~
One of my favorite cities and your photos are wonderful. Just wish it wasn’t so expensive to stay there!
It is pricey, but one can hunt for deals, especially in the shoulder seasons. I am all about shoulder seasons. Less crowds and less money!
Lovely. 🙂 I lived in London for a summer. This makes me yearn to go back.
Oh you must have had a blast! I lived in Burford for part of a summer and I have never gone back to the glorious Cotswolds. I want too also.
These are wonderful 🙂
I am honored! Thank you~
What lovely pictures. That cottage is so storybook material. Thanks for sharing
Isn’t that a wonderful 400 year old cottage? I love who it was built for!
I love your take on LOndon, Cindy… the pics made me very homesick… the only thing I missed was a photo of those lovely window boxes so many peole have…
Those are so lovely! I agree with you~
Ok, now I want to visit England:-)
Laughing, I am a bad travel bug spreader! I hope you do go and post about it please!!! 😉
Thanks for bringing us the natural side of London Town, Cindy! It’s beautiful.
It is lovely. It’s city of parks!
Love the photos and the comments….so many layers of history, well known and unknown, are there.
Yes, fascinating isn’t it. If only trees buildings and trees could talk, we would hear some amazing stories!
We certainly would…there’s so much history in these things
Wonderful images. That garden is almost too beautiful to be real. 💕
I love that it is not over manicured. No topiary, just natural beauty~
So pleased you enjoyed my friend!
I haven’t been to London yet … but I did fly over it when returning from Amsterdam. ,,, so it’s on my Bucket List of Travels.
It is definitely worth spending time in London. There are so many layers of things to explore and discover~
Someday … someday.
That is a charming place. It seems very ethereal, something like in fairy tales.
Yes, I love this quality in the old European cities!
Stunning. So green and lush. And the birds! 🙂
You know I’m happy with the birdies! <3
Is this where the Queen summers?
I think so possibly. She was there when we were. I think she comes on some weekends. We didn’t see her of course~
You must be having some incredible jet lag!
My least favorite part of travel!
Photos are so gorgeous… I felt like I was there and looking at the view. 🙂
We need to meet up some day on a ship my friend. I have a feelng we will. Why don’t you look at the transatlantic for April 2016 from FLL to Barcelona on the Royal. Cheap & lots of great stops in Spain! Have you done a transatlantic? They are incredible and the ships are usually not at all full….. <3 <3
Darling Cindy, that is the cruise (reverse) we are taking on Oct 3 this year, with Emerald (I wish it was Royal). We will fly (9/26) into Madrid (3 days) and then fly to Barcelona (3 days) and then take the 14 day cruise to FLL. I have to check where Royal would be before the transatlantic.
Oh this sounds wonderful. Have you been to Spain? It calls you back that’s for sure! One day, we will meet on a ship, and not one passing in the opposite direction! 😉
The town is so poetic through your lens,Cindy!
Awwww, your comments are so lovely Amy and so appreciated! <3
Good to see more of your beautiful photos of London – looks good to me 🙂
It is so lovely & I am glad you enjoyed them Polly. Cheers to you my friend~
Fabulous pics of a “long ago” era with a nursery rhyme to boot. I’ll take the bird keepers cottage any day. 🙂
Isn’t it incredible? It houses the Department of Historic Parks & Places or something similar. So wonderful they preserve this marvelous old architecture~
Gorgeous pictures. Makes me want to visit 🙂
Oh, I hope you do and post about it!
I thought I’d like to be the princess in that castle until I saw the birdkeeper’s cottage. Lovely post.
I so want to live in the birdkeepers cottage. Forget the castle. I love the cottage and the birds! <3
Wow, that opening photo is just tremendous…I want to pitch a tent right in the corner, not bother anyone and just spend the rest of my days there 🙂 Great shot ~
Exactly! I was actively thinking, there’s no one there. How can I get in? Laughing…..it’s good we don’t act on all our thoughts! 😉
Awesome photos! I love London.
That makes two of us! I keep going back~
Just splendid! (ง❀‿❀)ง
Thank you my friend and hugs too~ <3
Cindy, these photos are really fabulous. The first was my fave. Then it was number 5. Then it was #6. Then it was the last one. Yikes. They’re all so lovely.
Awwww, you are so nice! Have you noticed Cynthia’s are nice? Or do you think I am biased?
Only slightly…. hah!
I am watching the tour de france 70% just for the glimpses of the old world charms which you have captured here. Fantastic.
Yes, I agree with you! These old European cities are magical. We are heading to Germany, Slovakia and Hungary in November. I want to see more and I have seen so little of Eastern Europe.
You show London in its best light! Beautiful.
Awwww thank you Anne and hope you are well my friend~ <3
STUNNING captures – LOVE those hydrangeas – how glorious! 🙂
(Note to Madonna). Love it when people LOVE hydrangeas! I love them too~
Grand and regal photos full of color and history!
I was just a tad nervous about doing justice to such an historical city, so thank you Dor!
Cindy, these are lovely. I would have jumped that wall to get a great garden shot! 😉 (In my fantasies, anyway …). What I most remember of London is yes, gravitas – well put – but also the flowers! The gardens! The vibrant grass in contrast to those colorful plantings. A gardener’s dream, for sure. Enjoy!
Yes, I suppose almost every Brit must have some love of gardens. Everyone seems to have a lovingly cared for garden. There is so much revealed by those who tend gardens with love. Gardeners the world over rock and I love just walking by and seeing their gardens~
Thanks Cindy for finding these oases of beauty in a City like London where people forget beauty is to be found. Love the Windsor shot.
xxx Huge Hugs xxx
Thank you David. Beauty is everywhere, it is just a matter of finding it!
These pictures are so lovely…so beautiful… Make me feel i want to go to England… and London… Thanks! 🙂
Awwww, your comment makes me glad I posted! Thank you & cheers too~
How you’ve managed to find these sanctuaries in a bustling, crowded city is amazing. Such lush places!
Awwww thank you! London has lots of such sanctuaries. One just needs to leave the commercial areas and head towards the trees! <3
Amazing walk, ecellent captured… 🙂
So kind & so appreicated!
Gorgeous photos as usual Cindy. A lovely tour of London Town.
Glad you came along my friend~
Woooowwww Beautiful Pictures, thank you very much Cindy….💗💗💗
Thank you more for the appreciation!
What a beautiful green !
That is just what Britain is to me. Green. Especially coming from California!
Lovely, C. Will be sharing these shots w/ T who studied European geography and history last yr. =)
Wonderful! I hope it is enjoyed & cheers to you!
Wonderful!!! …. 🙂
You are welcome…. 🙂
Amazing. I would love to live in that cottage and tend to the birds — that would be wonderful indeed. Thanks for your daring-do. 😀
Yes, I have to say for me, that would be a wonderful life!
Thanks for bring back some memories of years ago.
I am so glad I did! <3
Hi Cindy, glad you are having so much fun in London. I used to work just around the corner from St James’ Park, so would walk around it in my lunch hour, marvelling at how lucky I was to have it on my doorstep. It is a wonderful place!! Cheers to you 🙂
It is a wonderful place and you were wise to spend your lunch time there, but then, you are wise my friend! <3
London is great and beautiful for sure!
We are in accord! 🙂
It is city where I would like to come back. 🙂
I hope you do!
I’d been told how grey and gloomy the weather is there but your photos show off London’s gorgeous, green side… with beautiful birds and blooms to complement the scenery! I’m putting London down on my list of must-see places. Thank you Cindy! <3 ~Lynn
Oh good! You certainly will be glad you visited. I took all these photos on fairly gray days, but the parks, flowers, trees and birds just pop out at you with color and joy. You will love London Lynn, and there are so many varied things to do~
Thank you Cindy for an amazing tour💜😀 I love the birdkeppers abode and the heartfelt tradition…the picture of Windsor is awesome also…Cheers😊
Very pleased you enjoyed the same things I did. Thank you!
I had just seen a really cool article about the bird keepers there in London and the story of the swans and such so it was so cool to see your pictures and read more on this very awesome tenure….thanks cindy
That is synchronicity! They even had crocodiles in the canals in St James Park at one time long ago!
Gorgeous! Makes me wish I were there!
That is why I love looking at other people’s photos so much. It takes me traveling while sitting in my chair!
Hopefully someone was holding your ankles when you were leaning really, really far. 🙂 Lovely images.
Laughing, hopefully no one saw! 😉
Hard to fathom living in a place that old, Cindy, but what a view! Thank you for sharing that stunning view of the garden!!
Pretty amazing wasn’t it. I would so love to go sit and relax on one of those benches. They seemed lonely and beckoning……
T enjoyed the post. =) I want to show him different parts of the world.
Wonderful. I can tell you how much you enjoy your son. Those days are such happy memories for me! <3
These are beautiful pictures…
Awww, so kind~
Cheers and what a wonderful garden view – glad you didn’t fall over from leaning too far to capture that great pic.
That would have been beyond embarrassing. I’m just grateful that as far as I know at least no one took my picture doing it. That would have been mortifying! 😉
I know…and if that was caught on tape!!!
Cindy, your photos are absolutely gorgeous and captivating! Thank you so much for sharing. You have a lovely blog. Warm greetings from Montreal, Canada. 🙂
Your kindness is very much appreciated! I miss Montreal and the incredible food. It is another captivating city!
I recently went to Windsor, and my pictures are nowhere near as beautiful as your. Great work! You’ve captured the city’s beauty so well, I can nearly smell the flowers!
Awwww, such kindness. Thank you. We are hardest on our own work. I know I am. I am sure your photos are lovely. Thank you though and cheers to you~
Yes, it is so easy to forget how green and filled with wildlife London can be…the bird keeper’s cottage especially looks divine. I also love that you “just leaned really, really far over the wall” to get that first photo!
Right, I would never actually trespass…… 😉
Amazing photos Cindy 😀
Merci beaucoup mon ami!
I’m so happy you found things of beauty in our great (and often dirty) but wonderful city.
I found sooooo much more. It is a question of how much to include. London has beauty around every corner…..
A huge beautiful place.
Vast a rchitecture, It would be interesting to watch how they cut the grass.
London is beautiful. The British do gardens beautifully.
They do, and I didn’t even make it to the country on this trip which is a shame!
We have visited Cheltenham, Tewksbury, Bath and Stonehenge, of course. Such a beautiful place.
Bee-yut-ee-ful places! I spend a summer in high school and after grad school in Britain and Scotland. The countryside is sublime. I bet you want to go back……
Exquisite!! I would love to go!!
I hope you do!
Great photos, as usual Cindy. Lovely tour of Windsor Castle!
It really was a beautiful place~
Lush and beautiful, Cindy. The ducks are great, too.
Aren’t they beauties! Lucky duckies to live in St. James Park~
Super Pics, Love it ! I have not been there either…should really go there!
I know you will love it! <3
Loved the sneak peak of Windsor gardens and of course you would be drawn to that bird keepers cottage. Looks like you had good weather too Cindy, always a bonus in England…
Yes! We did, not bright sunshine, but no rain either. It certainly helps for pics. Do you miss Britain Pauline?
I left Britain when I was 18 and must say I bonded more with New Zealand as I had my children there and lived there for nearly 40 years, creating many very happy memories. Now, having lived in Australia for 17 years I have no desire to go back to UK. The twice I went back I felt more like a tourist, thoroughly enjoyed my time over there, but was very pleased to get back “home”…
Nice to see a flavour of London/UK from a visitor’s point of view. Makes on look again. http://www.planetsmilies.com/smilies/confused/confused0001.gif
Oh my gosh! Thank you Graham. You know I am emoticon deficient. These are awesome. Going to play with them now~
Good stuff. Place an URL gif on it’s own line to get it to render properly.
Laughing, will that dog burn off calories for me??????
Gorgeous photos and now I can’t wait to go back!
Yes, I have the same reaction when I look at travel blogs! Places to go, people to see!
I sure enjoyed this London adventure, Cindy. It is striking to see so much rich, green flora. All of your photos are gorgeous, but I especially like the bearded iris.
Awww, thanks Athena. I love the blues you get in Europe from all the nitrogen rich soil~
Do you think they have trouble hiring a lawn service? 🙂 I lived and worked in England for a few years, 6 months of it in London. I ran with a running club (sloggers but we put one foot in front of the other). Sundays we would jog in Hyde Park. England is so green and their gardens are so beautiful.
Yep, it is beautiful. I remember seeing it as a child from the plane, coming from SoCal I couldn’t believe the greeness! Everytime I return to home from the UK, I am struck by the drought conditions I live in, and that was before THE BIG DROUGHT!
Wow, wonderful and beautiful, Thank you for sharing this!!!!! You made my day!
Awww, your comment made mine!
¡Qué bonita ciudad es Londres! Las fotos, tan verdes, traen un frescor que se agradece para superar los calores que nos agobian por Madrid 😉
Madrid es tan hermosa! Vamos a volver a España en 2016. Espero que el tiempo se enfría!
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and her photography in London, showing the city it is best light and colours.
Awwww, you are so very kind my friend! Thank you & cheers~
Beautiful, beautiful colors. Makes me want to go back to London!
Well, I hope you do go then & cheers to you!
Terrific, very intimate perspectives of this touristy city. Thanks for showing these!
Thank you more for taking the time to appreciate them!
Hi Cindy! Wow! These pictures took my breath away. That English garden and the cottage––beautiful! 😀
I love the old world charm too. Thank you my friend & cheers!
Here from Sally’s Smorgasbord.
Such lovely London looks.
Love the London alliteration!
Thanks, Cindy! I’m so in love with alliteration, I should probably marry it!
Well, it will be one of those awkward poly marriages, because I will too! 😉
Did you mean for your photo color scheme to be a rainbow? Red, then orange, then several greens, then blues, then purples… Lovely. Like the way a record album all the songs just fit one into the next.
Oh how lovely, and no I didn’t intend this, but now that your perceptive eyes found it, mine have too. I am so gratified when people see things in my photos that I was not consciously aware of Thank you so much for SEEING and telling! <3
Looks like Dracula palace…. ! 😀
Well that is an unusual perception.
Perhaps it is OPTICAL (confusion). In fact I have never been there,
Germany has far better places such as Gotha.
I liked the special Windsor garden, Cindy. The sweet bird keepers house looks like a fairy tale cottage and beautiful grounds. Always enjoy your photos of animals and flowers. Like a fantasy dream, hoping someday to explore my Dad’s side of the family from England and Scotland.
I hope you do go explore your heritage Robin, I imagine you will find it fascinating. Thank you my friend for your very kind thoughts~
Cindy, aş vrea să rebloghez postul acesta, ca pe o bucurie a ochiului, si o încântare a sufletului.
Sunt foarte onorat! Va multumesc foarte mult prieten si noroc mea pentru tine! <3
Multumesc din inima , si sper ca traducerea sa-ti permita sa percepi caldura pe care o resimte prietenia mea pentru tine.
Interesanta, nu ? am in vedere reciprocitatea/perceptia cuantica pe care o resimtim prin opera noastra spirituala.
In fiecare dimineata, astept vizita ta neprecupetita. 🙂
Da, ne sunt conectate toate spiritual. Va mulțumim pentru amabilitate prietenul meu .
Cindy, Cat de tandru suna mesajul tau.
E o reala bucurie pentru mine.
Cu mult drag! 🙂
Fii bine prietenul meu!
especially love last photo,its beautiful
Oh so pleased you do Gill and thank you for telling me!
Cindy, London is very interesting, also Windsor, went there with my mom years, unfortunately I was there in winter. Thank you for the beautiful images! Hugs! Veraiconica
Thank you more for your kind appreciation Veraiconica and Happy Weekend my friend! <3
Cindy, I am too wishing you a nice weekend! Hugs! V.
Visa versa 2 U X 2!
Taking my breath away… I love the last one especially! 🙂
Awww, such a kind friend Amy! <3
So happy you snapped that first photo. Love that garden, WOW!
I personally wanted to find the secret gate and hang out all day in there~
I wouldn’t have blamed you, Cindy. The Brits sure know gardens, and that was one beautiful garden.
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Vielen danke mein Freund und Froliche Wochenende!
Just as well you didn’t lean over too far. If you fall in, by tradition, the royal worms are allowed to nibble your toes. 🙂
Laughing, plus I met have to visit the royal mews….. 😉
Pictures of grand castle gardens always remind me of the song Empty Garden by Elton John.
He is such a huge talent. That song often reminds me of the abandoned Holler orchards and gardens. We have almond trees, camellias, roses, orange trees, pride of madeira, the list goes on and on, planted by some loving gardener, probably an orchard worker who live on site. He is long gone, but 50 years or so later, his trees are still produciing. I think of him when I pick a camellia or an orange and I think of this song.
that’s it, I am sold on a vacation to the U.K.!!
Oh, you won’t regret it! Please post about it when you go~
Cindy – I cannot and I do mean cannot get enough of your pictures of London. I almost missed these beautiful garden pictures. I would have been so distressed. They are absolutely the best. I never felt as though I was working when in London, I always had such a swell time there. It was also where I met my dear friend ‘Mike’ who became my deputy. We still talk every Sunday for a couple hours or so. We’ve often talked about ‘when we return’ but we do that about any number of places – but London is one of our favorite cities. . .probably because of the initial memories. [There, i’ve analyzed myself]!
You analyze yourself beautifully Sheri, in all seriousness, and in serious ways you do, which is remarkable about you. Very few people can do this with themselves.
I’ll take this to my therapist. 🎈
Please do! <3
I LOVE England – wish I was there, in fact will be there in the Fall. As always your pictures are beautiful, love the nursery rhyme!
How lovely that you will be there in the fall! Can’t wait to hear about your experience~
Cindy…..Cindy!!!! Okay, let me catch my breath. lol It’s no secret that Ginger Brooke and I have been obsessed with England, forever. This post was truly heart touching for us. I don’t think you’ll ever understand what your pictures mean to people who’ll never have the chance to see these things. You allow us into your world and to take part in all the beauty that you’re able to see through the lens of that brilliant camera of yours. Thank you my dear. This was a true delight for both of us. Sharing this now!!!! <3 xoxoxo
You have no idea how much I value friends like you two, and blogging because it brings us together. I am so lucky to meet creative, talented, fun and intelligent people like you two. You enhance my life. Hugs & gratitude to you both! <3 <3
Very charming. Oh to have a gardener!
Well in the Queen’s case, I expect she has a legion of them! 😉
I felt a need to grab my tiara for this post. Not sure why though. 😉
Oh, you have a tiara???? Can I borrow it? I think it will interest the birds when I garden.
Yes – After-all – I am queen of my castle! LOL
And – you are most certainly welcome to borrow it any time. 😀
I plan to take you up on it. I want to be like Eva Gabor in Green Acres (google it and you’ll see what I mean!)
Your pics are amazing …Being an illiterate in photography I can only admire them….
You are the fartherst thing from illiterate in any subject but I do appreciate your words very much. Cheers to you & thank you too~
Cindy, Grateful for all your Likes. I was shut down the other week for quoting Atmananda – complaint from his grumpy son – deleted ~ 450 Blogs and have started new short ones without quotes, pretty much. Longer, similar Blogs started under jstiga, jpstiga, and jpsstiga on Googles blogspot – with some graphics, entitled “Nonduality & Science”, “Sages thru the Ages” [many quotes], “Sages thru the Ages 2”. 🙂
Sorry to hear about your difficulties & best of luck in your new ventures~
Gorgeous photos! I love the architecture in London – such a unique style to it. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you more for the kind appreciation!
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