Monday, 1 March 2010

Miscellaneous Monday

This is a view of the front garden
at Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery
where l work as a gallery assistant
the house is Jacobean and recently the garden was 
re-landscaped in the style of the period 
with plants around the sun dial

17 comments:

  1. I wouldn't say no to a country pad like that one! :)

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  2. For a minute, I thought you were going to say that it was your place! Nearly fell off my chair!

    Nuts in May

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  3. Me too, Sazzie. Wouldn't that be a kick in the head?

    Good to see you back again. XXX

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  4. I thought the same thing too.
    I want a house like this!

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  5. Same here. My first thought was that is where you had moved to! Hope you are all right.

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  6. i love these formal knot type gardens - unfortunately my own is more a tangle!

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  7. It's a lovely home, very stately.

    On a different note, I've always been drawn to a saying attributed to Julian of Norwich: All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well.
    It's served me in many a tough spot.
    Laura

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  8. Looks like a lovely place to eat your sandwiches in summer. I've got a quad full of kids to sit in!

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  9. what a lovely sun filled place .. and such a nice way to start the week. xo

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  10. That's so pretty, I bet you wish it was sunny it was sunny there now! (sorry!!)

    How's things?

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  11. Hey Saz - was I dreaming or has something been removed?

    I feel scatterbrained just thinking about it now wondering if I did dream it one night while I was thinking of you.

    xxoo
    aims

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  12. can you smoke there. I don't but I'd like to. Glad to see you around, Dear Friend
    ~rick

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  13. You may be only one person in the world, but you may also be the world to one person.............................................

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  14. Dearest Saz,

    A beautiful photo of a fantastic place!!! I will be thinking of this when you say you are taking a break at work...Do I see a Red Bubble shot here? Hope so... Perhaps even a future watercolor? Love you! Janine XO

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  15. Now that's a lovely view to have where you work! Plus, if you aren't the gardner, it's a thing to be enjoyed, rather than worked at, which is a boon to life.

    It must be lovely to see the seasons march through it, too. Just a gentle, pleasing way to see time march past, bringing its cycles back over and over. Rather fitting for a place with a sundial.

    Thanks for sharing that picture, and I too, thought "Good lord, is that where she lives!" and then swiftly, "That must be hell to weed!" because I'm an overly practical sort at times ;-)

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  16. With a garden like that, I'd run to work everyday! LOL! Man, I'd be there on the weekends! I can just feel the sun, warm on my face enjoyng the surroundings!

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Thanks for stopping by!

Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x