Friday, 14 October 2016

FridayFive (or six, or seven!)


Antrim Castle Gardens are a delight to explore, so for Willy Nilly Friday and Five on Friday and Weekend Reflections here are a few photos as I explored.

The 'Rapunzel Tower' As I've named it, reflected in the Six Mile Water.  You can see the remains of the walls on the river bank.


A peep through one of the small look outs

I don't know if he caught anything!


 The gate was locked but I would have loved to see where it led to!


Back in the new gardens, the flowers were amazing!

Early morning dew on the dahlia.


So glad you came by and hope to hear from you!

Linking with Tanya's Willy Nilly Friday HERE

Amy's Five on Friday HERE

Weekend Reflections HERE

Today's Flowers HERE

Enjoy the weekend!

35 comments:

  1. Christine, always remember, the more the merrier! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  2. Christine, These are lovely pictures. I especially love the dahlia.
    Wishing you a very nice weekend.

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  3. You certainly have a photographer's eye. I think the Rapunzel tower is a very apt name and I love the reflections and the 'peep' through photos. Most of all though, I like the gate - such promise!

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  4. beautiful images. I like to look out the window :)
    have a nice weekend

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  5. Lovely images Christine! The flowers are beautiful as always and the reflections are splendid.
    Have a nice weekend and hopefully the weather cooperates.

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  6. So lovely picture. Wonderful

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  7. So lovely picture. Wonderful

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  8. Interesting garden to visit. Lovely lake and the ruins, peep through hole and beautiful dahlias.

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  9. Belas e espectaculares fotografias.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  10. What a wonderful view of Antrim Castle Gardens. Thanks for sharing a look at the gardens through your eyes. Happy Friday!

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  11. Hi Christine! Great phot ops at Antrim Castle. Those flowers are absolutely gorgeous. Thank you for sharing with Today's Flowers and I wish you a very happy weekend :)

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  12. Gorgeous photos! Happy Friday ♥

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  13. A great looking park and gardens in this historic place. Lovely reflections, especially through the arrow slits.

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  14. Wonderful shots! The one with the guy fishing is my favorite.

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  15. Great photos! I love the one with the small part of the bridge.

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  16. Beautiful pictures, you certainly have an eye for beauty.

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  17. Great shots of a lovely place!

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  19. Like those dahlias, didn't put any in this year

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  20. goodness, the flowers are amazing. dahlias are stunning, when you really take the time to study the patterns in their pedals!! beautiful reflections, a great group of images today!!!

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  21. Great reflections, you really captured them well.

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  22. The variety and beauty in this post are amazing.

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  23. What a beautiful place, Christine! And I can totally see Rapunzel letting down her hair. 😉

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  24. The locked iron gate does beckon one to explore what is beyond, doesn't it :)

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  25. Your photos make me want to read Fairy Tales again.

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  26. Lovely photos of Antrim Castle. The reflection in the water is especially lovely. What a romantic looking spot.

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  27. You've captured the gardens beautifully.

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  28. Our walking group have been to these gardens twice adn I loved them. Your images are superb.

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  29. oh how i'd love to meander through there! i really love these pictures and that dahlia, wow! you should blow that up and frame it! thank you for linking christine and have a great week ahead!

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  30. You are so clever getting a reflection through a peep hole. I love the whole selection of photos.

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  31. Beautiful reflections and I wonder what was through that gate? Dahlias bring such a cheery splash of colour at this time of year. Thank you for sharing.

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  32. Beautiful ! And the reflections are great.

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  33. Beautiful photos as usual Christine.

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  34. looks like a great place to explore....

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