Gorgeous photos! So glad I found your blog ;)
No, I don't think it does. I imagine that England is beautiful most of the year, but your spring pictures really are wonderful.The picture of your boy taking a picture of the goose makes my heart sing. He certainly is intent on getting his photo just right. I love it!!!
You showed England in May looking truly beautiful!!!!! It is so lovely to see, thank you for these delightful photos. xx
NO!!! OMGOODNESS! When can I move!!??! You literally live in a storybook friend! Your shots are just amazing and those gardens!!! I am in love!!! Thank you for sharing this one! Happy week to you...and look at that sweet photographer you have there!!! Nicole xoxo
Thanks for sharing your beautiful home area full of blooms and beauty. I do hope I get to come visit some day. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
It really is a perfect time of year ( ignoring the rain which stopped us walking to school this morning !)
Some really beautiful photos ,CJ. It's a very photogenic time of year.
Your photos are just so lovely. I really like the one with the wellies on a rack!
I would say - no - it doesn't get any better!! And can I please come stay with you?! Just lovely - exactly how I imagine England to be - just like the pictures in the magazines. Love the picture of the wellies and the colorful secret garden! And glad to see you have another photographer in the house! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful world!
No, it certainly doesn't ! What beautiful, beautiful photo's CJ. Kate x
Beautiful photos. I love the rack of wellies, and the house with the kitchen garden.
Great photos - I recognise them of course as I was born there!
I just adore the photo of the flowery path. Hope you are having a great week! ~Sarah
What a beautiful part of the UK you live in, I loved the wellies too :). Looks like you had a warm sunny bank holiday we had dry weather but not warm enough to part with jumpers!
What a wonderful selection of photos, and I rather like the house with the vegetable patch. They convey a sense of tranquillity of an unchanged part of England which many of us yearn for. Flighty xx
You paint a beautiful picture. This looks like a wonderful place to walk around, especially in spring.
I love the photos and the bits of details in the overall great pictures, like the lined up gardening boots/wellies, the depth and distance of the garden path in flowers. The house with the wooden gate in the foreground is right out of Midsommer Mysteries to an American like me! hehe. Really nice photos CJ! Is that your eldest following your photographic footsteps? Too cute!
Gosh, you certainly have captured the beauty of England in May - thank you for sharingCaz
Gorgeous photos today.Hugs,Meredith
I love England in May, I once spent a few days down South at about this time of year. Thank you so much for reminding me of a wonderful trip. I am glad I am not the only mum who lets her children climb trees! xx
That looks like a perfect way to spend the day:) I love how that one home has a place to put your rain boots. That's a great idea. We usually just trample everything inside:)
Oh, it's my dream!!
STOP these photos are so beautiful! Oh my god those houses are the cutest thing ever! I can't believe you live near (or even in) buildings like that, it's like a fairytale :)
Beautiful. And yes, where else could it be but England.All I saw of Wales this weekend was the moors ... we spent a day on the hills and it was wonderful :)
Of course it helps that you live in a particularly beautiful corner of England! But yes, England in May is delightful. Although it's flipping cold up here in the grim North, I wish it would get balmy. Or at least warm up a little. x
What gorgeous little cottages (and big cottages). Looks like the proper English countryside.
Heavenly, I would love to live in any of those beautiful homes. What great weather and hidden beauty. I am biased to my own countryside but goodness England is almost unreal in its beauty xxx