Friday, September 5, 2014

A WALK THROUGH THE ENGLISH GARDENS

I invite you to come with me as we take a walk through the English Gardens in Winnipeg.
I know I have shown many pictures from this place,but so often they feature only a close-up of a flower or maybe a bird. Today we will walk down the paths and take in the bigger picture of these gardens.
Once again,I will allow you to enjoy the scenes with my interruptions and words.








Happy the soul that has been awed by a view of God’s majesty.

18 comments:

  1. The gardens are as beautiful as I always imagined them to be. Thanks for sharing the wider view of this wonderful place.

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  2. Can't imagine the hours that go in to keep this looking so perfect! I love the delphinium! Offspring of mine are growing in our little garden courtyard, as I brought the originals here almost 30 years ago! These are much fuller as they obviously get more sun! Our trees are providing too much shade! What a lovely place to hang out for a while!

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  3. What a lovely garden. When it cools down, I want to visit our local botanical garden again.

    Have a lovely weekend Ruth ~ FlowerLady

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  4. that last photo is amazing. the gardens are absolutely spectacular

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  5. A beautiful place indeed....I'm guessing the temps were nice as well. I so enjoy visiting places like this. Thanks for sharing all this beauty with us..

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  6. so much color! I love the dragonflies!

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  7. Yes! I am in awe of Gods beauty! It is good to see the big picture sometimes

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  8. Ruth, such beautiful images! It's such a special place!

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  9. Oh how lovely!! Especially the dragonflies and the tall blue flowers! (What are they?) And just think, God made them all just for us!

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  10. Just breathtaking, Ruth...what a peaceful looking place. Great shots of those dragonflies too...they can really be hard to get pics of!

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  11. What a pleasure it would be to take a walk through these gardens, So beautiful.

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  12. That is a lovely spot and your photos bring such vivid colours to life. It reminds me of a Monet painting.. only sharp. ;)

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  13. It's a beautiful place Ruth, the captures of the dragonflies are gorgeous!!

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  14. Lovely! Great shot of the two dragonflies.

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  15. All are so pretty! From the curve of the tree limb to the twin dragonflies. That last sentence is SO true!

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