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Margaret Adamson
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Time again for Friday’s Hunt and Weekend Reflections and today’s letter is Y, Favourite and Splash. Y is for YELLOW and I thought the first shot had a wonderful SPLASH of colours and you can see the YELLOW is SPLASHed throughout it. Also my YELLOW clogs are slighly on the big size for me!!. These 2 images were taken when i visited the Keukenhol Gardens in Amsterdam this year..

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More flowers than fences but they are there if you look closely.
Photographed in the Vondel Park in Amsterdam.
I am linking this post with GOOD FENCES.

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Yes a few more ‘Tulips from Amsterdam. Enjoy.

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These are the Black Guillemots that return every year to nest in our Bangor Pier and they are so tame that you can get within about 8 feet of them. I am linking this post with Wild Bird Wednesday.

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When I was visiting Quarr Abbey on the I.O.W I also visited an art gallery that they have there and met Jim, an interesting artist who paints on wooden floor boards so today I am showing you some of his work. I am linking with Through My Lens. Enjoy.

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Lift up your heads, you gates; lift them up,
you ancient doors, that the King of glory may come in.


Psalm 24:9

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These are all the pigs, piglets, sheep, horses and hens I found at Quarr Abbey on the Isle of Wight when I visited recently and am linking it to Eileen's
Saturday Critters.

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While out on my early morning walks on Bangor Pier, I spied an X on this post and its REFLECTION, as well as a INSECT (Bee) on this red bollard which all fits in nicely to Friday’s Hunt and Weekend Reflections
FAVOURITE - 2nd shot today. How about you?

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While walking round the grounds of Quarr Abbey on the Isle of Wight, I met these two interesting guys although they did not have a lot to say! I think they were a bit 'stuck up'! The Robin was friendlier.
I am linking with GOOD FENCES.

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I think words are probably unnecessary for this post so enjoy these images I photographed at Quarr Abbey. If you missed the last 2 days on Quarr abbey, click HERE and HERE.
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