Saturday, August 6, 2011

Saturday Snapshot


Saturday Snapshot is hosted by Alyce @ AT Home With Books.
Photos can be old or new, and be of any subject as long as they are clean and appropriate for all eyes to see. How much detail you give in the caption is entirely up to you. Please don't post random photos that you find online.


A few photos from a favorite park
Home to the ducks that were posted last week



35 comments:

  1. What an absolutely lovely spot! I can see reading on a nice bench in the relaxing space

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  2. What a lovely park - I can see why it's a favorite of yours.

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  3. These a such pretty photos. They are like something out of a fairytale book.

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  4. Gorgeous! I can see why it's a favorite.

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  5. What a beautiful park that must be! Stunning photos.

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  6. WOW those are really beautiful!
    http://ratherbarefoot.blogspot.com/2011/08/saturday-snapshot.html

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  7. I love the one with the pond and bridge. Looks like a great place to sit and think.

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  8. That looks lovely! The one with lily pads is very Monet. :)

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  9. A lovely place to visit judging by your photos.

    carol

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  10. What a beautiful park you are so lucky to have something like that nearby.

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  11. Oh Diane, what a beautiful spot, it looks heavenly.

    It reminds me of a pretty park I used to go to with my grandparents on Long Island in the village of Roslyn. It had a great duck pond and bridges like the stone one in your picture but I don't think it's as big or nice as yours...
    Do you go to this park to read?

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  12. Oh Diane, what a beautiful, inviting spot!

    It reminds me of a park on Long Island in the village of Roslyn where I ued to go with mt grandparents when I was little. It had a wonderful duck pond & I loved to feed the ducks. It also had pretty walkways with stone bridges like the one in your picture.

    It wasn't as big as your park looks and it didn't have that great covered bridge...do you go there to read? It looks like such a peaceful spot.

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  13. Love the stairway. What a pretty place for a walk. Are these with the new camera? They have nice detail.

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  14. What a dream of a park! I love places with old waterwheels - they are so serene. I've never heard of Saturday Snapshot but I think I could do that along with Pink Saturday. It's just another excuse to go out and take more pictures!
    Robin

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  15. Beautiful, makes you want to stay outside... doesn't it?

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  16. Oh wow, if this park was near my house I could myself taking *many* more walks! Beautiful!

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  17. Absolutely perfect, no wonder the ducks and you love it.

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  18. What gorgeous photos! I love unique bridges and old buildings with water wheels....

    I would love taking a walk amongst such beautiful things any day.

    Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.

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  19. The stones used for that bridge and the wall are so lovely. The water lilies too. The whole place whispers serenity. Thanks for sharing

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  20. That is a looking park. Love the covered bridge and the trails!

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  21. That sure looks like such a beautiful and peaceful place!

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  22. Such a gorgeous place! I love all the stone in the photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Those are such beautiful photos! I would love to hang out at that park for an afternoon!

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  24. Gorgeous photos! It's so green in this park. (We get so little rain that everything turns brown here in the summer.)

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  25. I'd love to visit this park- very bucolic and fairy tale-like.

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  26. I am so moving to your neck of the woods. Beautiful... seriously what a gorgeous park. I think I'd move in and read on the lawn all day while the water flows beneath my feet.

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  27. It appears a very peaceful place to visit, I love all the stones. Great photos!

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  28. I could see why this would be a favorite. It looks almost magical!

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  29. looks like such a nice place...

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  30. What an awesome park! I want to come spend time there.

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