Saturday, 27 March 2010

Visitors











No gardening this week, had a lovely visit from a much loved friend who travelled all the way from Hampshire. When we weren't talking our heads off or laughing, there was much viewing of the endless procession of visitors to the Bag End Buffet.

















Some visitors are more welcome than others, but they're all part of the extensive food chain.


10 comments:

  1. Hello from Texas, I just discovered your blogs and I really love the exquisite nature photos. How beautiful your home is! I will keep coming back for more. Thank you for the lovely photos, Michele

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  2. what a haven your garden is Bilbo. I marvel all the more how you get so much gardening done - I think I'd find the fabulous views and wonderful wildlife far too distracting (poor city gal that I am!)

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  3. Don't worry Nic - even after two years it is still mega distracting. My friend and I spent much of her visit leaning up against the sink just gazing out of the window!

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  4. great photos and what an array of wildlife. Sadly we have to go to Brownsea Island to see reds, I'd love to have them in our garden.

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  5. Those photos are fantastic.Love the squirrel. Gazing out at nature when it offers such spectacular sights is a very easy way to spend time.

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  6. I could almost say that I thought you had gone a bit overboard with so many pictures, but with visitors like those I don't think you could have too may (or tire of spending countless hours watching them).

    You're getting some great photos there - let's hope we have some kittens soon.

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  7. I think they are the best nature shots EVER! I think I have mentioned what fun it is to see wildlife from the other side of the pond but it bears repeating.

    Keep 'em coming.

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  8. Fabulous photos. I specially loved the squirrel pictures.

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  9. The birds are pretty much what we get here - but the squirrels are something else! Beautiful. No wonder, with the fare on offer.

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  10. I loved the photos of your visitors. Our little friends are not quite so diverse but the doggie has got used to sharing the garden with her feathered friends that we caught her and a sparrow sitting almost side by side recently. Where's the camera when you most need it? ;)

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