Chanticleer Eight in Twelve Ponds

Now we head to the ponds.

This area is beautifully landscaped. I was here after a heavy rain, and the ponds were all murky, but that did not stop the artist from setting up an easel.

I can image this slope changing through the seasons, but I have to say the red poppies are lovely.

A small stream.

The ponds are really a nice feature and we move on, but the ponds show up again. They can be seen from many vantage points.

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10 Responses to Chanticleer Eight in Twelve Ponds

  1. Ogee says:

    So much inspiration! Thank you for chronicling your visit so beautifully!

  2. Bom says:

    It is still wonderful to look at despite the murky water.

  3. Andrea says:

    That Chanticleer has a very very wide area. You still have 4 to go before we see you again in person 🙂

  4. Barbie says:

    How lovely and tranquil this looks – the colour and the poppies !! I am keen to add them in my meadow, along with corn flowers. Now I can see that it will all look marvelous!

  5. So lush green and beautiful!

  6. I love that slope below the gravel garden and above the ponds. And you are right—it is beautiful in every season but the poppies are the best.

  7. Sadun blogi says:

    How beautiful photos! I love poppies!

    Satu from Finland

  8. jakesprinter says:

    Beautiful post my friend ,thanks for sharing 🙂

  9. Donna these are lovely which is why that artist finds this area perfect for their canvas…the lupines with the poppies are a wonderful contrast.

  10. Grace says:

    Lovely gardens. Thank you for posting such gorgeous photos.

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