I have walked and shown you some of the ‘Wild Side’ of
Mount Stewart before and in particular the natural play area but recently I
walked even further round the Demesne and photographed the Bluebells although
those shots due not do justice to their true beauty. I am linking with Through My Lens.
Now that the National Trust now own all the of the 1,000 acres of the Demesne, they can have a better control
of the Grey squirrels and they are
winning the battle nowadays as more Red Squirrels have been seen recently.
During part of the season they leave some food out for them and the rectangular
grey area on the inside of the lid is a very cunning but simple method of detecting
what coloured Squirrels are feeding here due to the fact that either grey or red hairs are left on the sticky
surface of this tape.
I am linking this post with Friday's Huntand Weekend Reflections. Guess what? The letter this week is T and there are no
prizes for guessing you are going to see more TULIPS. I am going to leave you to pick a FAVOURITE
and there are also 2 shots of FOOD that I photographed in one of the restaurants at
Keukenhop Gardens in Holland. You will see a REFLECTION in some of the water/flower images.
These dishes are Chicken Salad and Noodle Salad
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