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Yes, quite agree with a view like that!
Beautiful fall colours
Yes, they really were, Sheree!
Stunning views. I could be tempted to go for a walk there.
Well worth it!
That does really feel like a Sunday.
Best wishes, Pete.
Good to hear!
Lovely view – from Polesden Lacy?
Thought so. From the theatre lawn. I have a similar photo without the autumn colours. Lovely views from along the long walk and nice flat walks through the rose garden and herbaceous borders. I imagine a very good place for you to get around. I recognised that pretty lace bargeboard on your other photo too!
It’s a good place to get around, and I love the long walk and rose garden….but sadly it’s very restricted at present….a one way system!