Tuesday, October 1

L is for landscapes on our doorstep.

The opportunities for fantastic walks are endless - a great start to any day!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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25 comments:

  1. Looks beautiful where you live. Our dog would love those walks.

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    1. It is lovely - especially when the weather is good. Yes the dogs love it - but I haven't introduced Bing to the duckpond yet!

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  2. Yes Denise, I think both you and I realise just how lucky we are. Lovely pictures.

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    1. Indeed Pat. Lucky and appreciative.

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  3. Beautiful. You're lucky to live so close to the sea, I think you have the best of both worlds, coast and countryside.

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    1. I do too Jo, returning home after living in Nottingham for 10 years really made me appreciate the North East Coast and Moors where I grew up.

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  4. Stunning photos! Yep, you are very lucky. x

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  5. Luscious, lovely landscapes. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

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  6. Great photos of a very peaceful looking place.

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    1. some LOVELY landscapes indeed!

      ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  7. I'm coming BACK! Soon as I can!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  8. What a beautiful collection of images.

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  9. Absolutely beautiful, Denise. I love the second photo.
    I see Leslie's comment above, and she has mentioned in her blog how much she enjoyed her visit to your part of the world.
    I'll be interested to learn about Bing's introduction to the duck pond (probably in spring).
    K

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  10. Yea for Yorkshire! Nothing like it anywhere else.

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  11. New Zealand is known for it's gorgeous natural beauty and landscape, hopefully I get to visit it again in the near future.

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  12. Simply beautiful, peaceful, and pastoral.

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  13. Fantastic landscapes! beautiful pictures .

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  14. I love the sea and crashing waves. - Margy

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  15. Luscious landscapes for gazing and for walking.
    Ann

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  16. Hello - so glad to have found you. Have been meaning to since you left comments on mine but haven't got round to it until now. Sorry.

    What stunning photos, particularly of the beach. Loved your comment on the previous post regarding the making of bunting! There's a lot of that round here....

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  17. Lovely Landscapes.
    Greetings from Finland

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  18. We always forget what is on the doorstep.

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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