Sunday, April 29, 2012

Sunday Stroll

 
 
 
 
 

There are more pictures  from my stroll (with captions) HERE.
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17 comments:

Ms. A said...

Darn, the link didn't work!

Sue P said...

I had trouble with the link, too.
Mainly just wanted to say that I love the blue bench. It is a constant in your life.

Margie said...

Monrning Vicki, I really enjoyed the stroll, the blue bench looks french, as does the yellow flag iris, reminding me of Monet's garden at Giverny. I have so much catching up to do, I have missed visiting your daily posts. Big hugs, Margie.

Thérèse said...

It looks like more real than the real nature but I know it's the reality of your place.

Pat in east TN said...

Aaaaah, that was really nice!

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

Love your Sunday stroll Vicki. That's what Sundays are for.
Sam

jennyfreckles said...

Looks like you live in paradise to me.

Kath said...

Ah, sitting in the lovely blue bench on that pond. What a perfect Sunday place!

Vicki Lane said...

Oops -- think I've fixed the link now. Will come blog visiting this evening...

Brian Miller said...

nice stroll...the tree out the house is really cool...one i would not mind a nap under....roosters holding court eh?

Barbara Rogers said...

Thanks for sharing the stroll, and the album. I love the view from your home. What is the sculpture?

Star said...

I enjoyed the stroll around your pastures. The link worked fine for me. I so enjoyed all the pictures. Good luck to Marigold. Please post as soon as ... The cockerel is gorgeous, so shiny his feathers!
Delightful walk and the sun shining, unlike here where we are under a flood alert!

NCmountainwoman said...

What a peaceful stroll. Do you do much writing outside?

Martin said...

I'd just love to be sat on that seat, in the sunshine.

Darla said...

Fab photo of MisterRooster Himself...Isn't he just the cock o' the walk?! LOL Enjoyed your stroll...lovely image of Justin and Claui's home tucked into the green like a cottage of old...

R. Burnett Baker said...

The blue bench catches my imagination.....there must be a story or poem or mystery in there somewhere!!??

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Nice stroll with you -- wonderful set of farm buildings -- barbara