Friday, 23 April 2010

Isabella Plantation


This little stream meanders through the Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park, which is one of Greater London's Royal Parks. I was there recently with my granddaughter, crossing and recrossing it on the little wooden bridges placed there for visitors' delight. I don't know what these brilliant yellow flowers are called but they really make my picture, don't you think?

5 comments:

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I love little streams and ponds surrounded by rock, earth and brush. Those flowers are gorgeous and give the entire spot some beautiful life. Wonderful photograph.

imelda said...

yes they do. are they lilies? i havent seen a yellow lily though

Russ AKA Grampy said...

I love the flowers. My granddaughters favorite color. What a great job of taking the picture.

Ratty said...

I really like places like this, especially with a small bridge. They give a good illusion of being out away from civilization without having to go very far. And a small stream makes such a relaxing sound.

jakill said...

Thaks Jo, imelda, Grampy and Ratty.
I'm glad I'm not alone in appreciation the beauty and serenity of the place.

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