Saturday, 27 May 2017


On Thursday I showed you a l shot of these cattle but today you can see them ‘close up and personal’.   I photographed these images from the ‘Wild Side of Mount Stewart’ and I am linking this post with 

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Friday, 26 May 2017


I am back to posting on when we visited the bulb fields at Keukenhof Gardens in Holland and linking it with Fridays Hunt and Weekend Reflections.  This week we have the letter U, Favourite and Kids.  Near the end of our stay there is started raining and guess what, I have UMBRELLA images to show you and also a REFLECTION shot as well as some KIDS under UMBRELLAS. Enjoy.

I will be showing you more about this windmill when we get to the letter ‘W’

Although it rained, it did not stop us enjoying the great beauty of the flowers.

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Thursday, 25 May 2017


These are two images from the ‘Wild Side of Mount Stewart’.  A Dunnock and a beautiful herd of cattle both on or near fences to fit in with the GOOD FENCE meme.  Enjoy.

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

More Bluebells at Mount Stewart

These are more images on the ‘Wild Side of Mount Stewart’, in the beautiful Bluebell Woods.  Enjoy.

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Tuesday, 23 May 2017


On my walk around the Demesne at Mount Stewart, I saw several Pheasants and here are shots of one of them. I am linking with Wild Bird Wednesday

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Monday, 22 May 2017


I have walked and shown you some of the ‘Wild Side’ of Mount Stewart before and in particular the natural play area but recently I walked even further round the Demesne and photographed the Bluebells although those shots due not do justice to their true beauty.  I am linking with Through My Lens.

Now that the National Trust now own all the  of the 1,000 acres of the Demesne, they can have a better control of the Grey squirrels  and they are winning the battle nowadays as more Red Squirrels have been seen  recently.  During part of the season they leave some food out for them and the rectangular grey area on the inside of the lid is a very cunning but simple method of detecting what coloured Squirrels are feeding here due to the fact that either grey or red hairs are left on the sticky surface of this tape.

Sunday, 21 May 2017


That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither— whatever they do prospers.

Psalm 1:3

Photographed at the National Trust Property,
Mount Stewart, near Newtownards.
May 2017

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Have a Bessed Sunday.