Jordans Mill ~ 2017 ~ Finale


After our tour of Jordan’s Mill gardens, Helen and I  went for a cup of coffee in the cafe there, and then took a walk along the banks of the River Ivel. It was raining on and off, but the tree cover was good!

The river is is a tributary of the River Great Ouse, and rises just north of Baldock in Hertfordshire, but most of its course lies within Bedfordshire.

eyes right ducklets!

wild plum trees grow along the hedgerow, they were yummy

Helen

Farm of wind

didn’t try these

we went as far as the bend in the river

and then headed back to the mill where there are nice plants along side it.

and a weird statue

And then we went home, so that’s it for now, next time we’re off to Shuttleworth to The Swiss Gardens, which are quite spectacular, so stay tooned!

Categories: Adventures, Fuji, fujiXT1, landscape, nature, photography, uncategorised, wildlifeTags: , , , , , , , ,

21 comments

  1. Gorgeous shots…LOVE the wee duckies, what a shot!

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  2. Beautiful impressions and great reflections in your images.They are as peaceful and calming as the slow moving river. ❤

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  3. A fitting end to a great tour, FR. Top-notch, as always.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  4. These pictures are just gorgeous! What a lovely and tranquil place to visit.😊

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  5. Your photos of England always recall the line “…this green and lovely land.” So true!

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  6. Nice photos and what a great place for a coffee and a walk.

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  7. Ooh, I love the little hidden path picture – how lush the colours.

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  8. I wonder if the statue used to be something else, but time and weather has worn it away.

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  9. Looks like another great day out and some great nature pics to show for it. Those ducklings are adorable!

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  10. These pictures are absolutely gorgeous and serene!😉 You really know how to capture nature Fraggle!

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