Springtime in Surrey

Meandering through Painshill Park today
in Cobham, Surrey.
Beautiful summer like day,
25C/77F.
I felt like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz
there is no place like Springtime in Surrey,
there is no place like Springtime in Surrey...
always in my heart :)





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10 comments:

  1. Oh, what a beautiful place to walk! I'd have to make that a part of every day! A sensory and visual pleasure.

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  2. I have such a crush on your bike!

    Now I also have a crush on where it takes you. How beautiful! It just defines spring.

    Thank you for sharing this ride with us!

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  3. These are absolutely gorgeous!! STUNNING!

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  4. Beautiful Jeanne! One of my favourite places! Went to have lunch in Lewes in Sussex at Bills Produce Store - def worth a visit! There are also branches in Brighton and Covent Garden. Terre A Terre in Brighton is also fab - Vegetarian with a twist!

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  5. Beautiful photos...beginning with the header photo...simply lovely, all! I'm looking at those tree lichens and thinking "natural dyes"...I'm just saying -smile-.

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  6. I love all your images...love the blossoms on the trees, the green gras and the spring time athmosphere.Wonderful surrey!
    Have a nice and sweet easter, Jeanne!
    Beate :) XXX

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  7. Lovely. What is that fabulous little Gothic Revival building?

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  8. Hello:
    What delightful images of Surrey in springtime which succeeed in capturing that freshness which, somehow, can never be sustained throughout the year.

    Living for the most part in Hungary, it is a real thrill to have discovered your blog which is wonderfully varied and so resonant of England.

    We have signed as Followers!

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  9. God that is beautiful!
    I wish I had ur camera when I went to The Forest Of Dean! Magical England <3

    xxx

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  10. AND ... there is nothing quite like a walk through a 'Bluebell Wood' ... in Surrey, in Scotland, or in Ireland! Especially, when the sun is slanting low and every single flower is soaked with light.

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