A delightful garden

These pictures were taken behind the Quad( previous post).

This was such a gorgeous garden and I just want to let you all quietly enjoy the beauty

Happy weekend to all, near and far.

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9 thoughts on “A delightful garden

  1. Wonderful photos Barbara… a lovely place to walk around or sit and reflect πŸ™‚ take care, love to you and Didier.. have a great weekend. xx

  2. Hi ladies,

    Anne- Bonjour! I’am pleased that you enjoyed these,Anne. This garden must be Oxford’s best kept secret πŸ™‚ Just gorgeous!!
    You take care too. Promise me that if your life seems hectic, do take time out and go down to this garden. Breathe. Listen. Look…
    See, you needed that πŸ˜‰
    xo

    Zhu- Bonjour mon amie. Thank you! I’am very inspired by beautiful gardens. So many beautiful bits of candy there for my photo picking πŸ™‚
    The big tree being partly in the shade, the dark trunk “jumped out ” to me. I would like to have such a strong back to support everything in life.

    Spring is my fav season too!!
    Bisous πŸ™‚

  3. Hi Leesa,

    Thank you my friend. I’am happy if you enjoyed them. Yes, you have a slight advantage that you were there with Anne & I. We all tasted the quiet and the beauty of the grounds.
    I t was a supurb moment πŸ™‚

    Happy weekend to yoy too xx

  4. Beautiful photos, Barbara — I love the great spreading tree – but they are all fabulous.

    Such fun to picture you along with Anne and Leesa in England!

    Thanks for sharing it here πŸ™‚

  5. Hi there πŸ˜‰

    Carolyn- Thanks so much. I felt for that great tree also, spreading it’s “arms” up and beyond.
    Such strenght in that trunk.
    You are so welcome my dear. Come back to us soon in Paris πŸ™‚
    xo

    Leesa- Hey there neighbor. No problem; look and re-look as much as you want.
    I was very inspired by this garden and its differences.That’s what stimulates the eye; differences . When we change environments and see other things we all go snapping like mad!

    xo

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