Saturday, 7 June 2014

Driving Through Sydling St. Nicholas


So many photographs from last Summer still to post it's hard to catch up!

For this post we are driving through Sydling St. Nicholas in Dorset. I always love it when there is time to park the car and photograph the beauty around.
This village is mainly just one street but a treat to walk down
















an old fire hydrant












Such a variety of different homes as we pass through from one place to another



11 comments:

Elizabethd said...

Such a typically English country village. I do love to see thatched roofs.

Diane at My Cottage Garden said...

Barbara, when you do the posts about your visits to these places, it's a little like traveling to England for me. Love these.

Sara said...

It is very green and leafy! The different homes are interesting to look at and of course I do love those thatched roofs/rooves.

Terri said...

Pretty flowers and gardens. Love the hydrant/Martian from outer space.
Hugs

Vee said...

Yes, different, but all charming and lovely. You'd not find it so in my little community. The flowers and foliage are all so beautiful. I was particularly interested in the bright green at the center of the second photo.

POIROT said...

How lovely the village is!
My teacher of English class Tom is from Dorset.
Now I am planning to visit Dorset, Devon and Cornwall this autumn.

Anonymous said...

Another lovely visit in a very peaceful town.
I really enjoy looking at your photos, there is so much history to be seen in each one.
Thank you Barbara.
Audrey.

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

What a lovely village!

La Petite Gallery said...

I love vine covered cottages and thatch roof's. I could live in that village, it is so charming. Have a wonderful Sunny weekend. We are getting so much rain, here in Maine.
yvonne

Needled Mom said...

Those homes are beautiful. The gardens all look so tidy.

a woman who is said...

An enjoyable ride!