Friday, May 27, 2016

Three in One

Although I've lived in (and appreciated) Australia for the majority of my life, there remains in my heart a strong yearning for the country of my birth - the United Kingdom.
I've been greatly blessed to have enjoyed several trips back there in my adult life (including 2 years living in Oxford), so today's post revisits a minute snippet of those experiences (and cheekily  contributes to three separate themed blogsites - hence the title).
 
 

Clouds over Lake Windemere (for Skywatch Friday)


A swan battling the winds at the foot of Windemere  (for Weekend Reflection)


 
. . . and the interior of a chapel in Cornwall (for Shadow Shot Sunday 2)
 
Wishing you all a wonderful and safe weekend, while also thanking the hosts of the themed blogs whose commitment enables us to share.

13 comments:

Rajesh said...

Beautiful images. I like that second image.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Lovely scenes.

marshaleith said...

beautiful reflections and a lovely shadow shot too!

Fun60 said...

Your photos sum up so much that is beautiful about the UK.

orvokki said...

Wonderful photos, I like all of these views.
Greetings.

James said...

Three very beautiful pictures! I love how the arch frames the swan and boat in the middle photo.

Virginia said...

Lovely framed reflections but the church window is so beautiful!

colleen said...

Oh, I especially love the shadowed lace pattern form that special window.

Gemma Wiseman said...

a lovely series of images. So love the shadow patterns by that beautiful window in the last photo.

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

All beautiful shots, but I especially love your shadow shot-it is stunning!

Al said...

Very pretty photos. I'd love to go back and visit England as it's been over 20 years; I don't feel as much connection since I left when I was so young.

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Very creative and pleasing images!

Stewart M said...

Born in Somerset, lived in the Lake District, York and a few other places in between. I understand exactly what the first part of this post is about!

Cheers (and sorry about the slowness of my visit) - Stewart M - Melbourne

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