Mount Grace Priory~ part 6

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Of course when there is such a garden as the one at Mount Grace you  have to get the macro lens in full swing on the camera, it would be rude not to. 🙂 My 60mm macro does quite a good job I think.

And this ends my outing to the priory, a lovely day for me to remember and fun to be out with Sophie. Hope my WPeeps have had a good weekend, am off to Scotland to work tomorrow, hope to get a few views through the camera 🙂

laters gaters

😉

20 Comments

  1. Wow! Beautiful close ups. Have a safe journey.

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    1. thanks Reinhold, for some reason I can’t see any of my photo’s in any of my posts, though can see everyone else 😦 glad you can see them.

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      1. I could see them in my e.mail Fraggy, but not on w.press

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        1. it’s weird, they came back for a while and then went again!!

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          1. ??? Very strange. Yeah I don’t see them at all on w.press. Only my e.mail.

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          2. They’re here now .. How weird!!

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      2. I think it’s cos the carousel of the flowers takes a little while to come through.

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      3. oh yes and they look awesome, especially the bokeh of the background

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        1. thanks, they’ve come back now lol, don’t know what’s going on.

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  2. Beautiful Job Fraggy. Splendid colors!!! Have a safe trip, hope u have time to snap a few.

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    1. thanks 🙂

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  3. Ohh and they look
    So much better here !! I love the bokeh house and the in your face red ones . Very nice Fraggy

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    1. Cool glad you got to see them. 🙂

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  4. Amazing! your composition of pure red is the one that have an air to mystery to me… something like a group of cardinals perhaps. Thanks kind lady 🙂

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    1. thanks Francis there were some fab colours to see. 🙂

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      1. BTW I thought it was my slow connection but I see you had the same problem. I couldn’t see your carrousel… I tried to open each one from the reader and after that I opted to see from your home page, I think in one of those attempts I finally could see your photographs. I would never drop you a mechanical thanks without see and enjoy your posts 🙂

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        1. seems to be fine today 🙂

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          1. Yes, I see again, I can see your flowers again =)

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  5. melissajane14

    I really like the purple flowers with the building in the background. You and your lens did a great job! Safe travels to Scotland 🙂

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    1. thanks Melissa, it was a 5hr round trip and a bit of a damp squib! Never mind, it was a nice drive out in the country 😀

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