Yorkshire Museum Gardens

Yorkshire Museum Gardens

Yorkshire Museum Gardens

12 Comments CherryPie on Dec 1st 2011

12 Responses to “Yorkshire Museum Gardens”

  1. Ooh very autumnal!

  2. ....peter says:

    I love the old tree at out front of the Gardens Cherie… you used it very well for framing the entrance…. i am jealous that you still have the lovely fall colours… but we have miles of evergreens to make up for it here at home…
    I tried to visit you Tues night and i could not get into your site… but all seems fine now….peter:)

    • CherryPie says:

      Thank you, this was a few weeks ago when I was on my hols. Back home we do still have quite a few trees with their autumnal colours.

      I couldn’t get in either and when I went to lodge a report there was a notification that the contents were being migrated to a new server, although there hadn’t been an email to notify me in advance…

      It now seems to be running smoother, but my blog has stopped sending me email notification again!!

  3. Precisely, there’s no right or wrong.
    Because we’re all different.

    Have you seen a film called The Life of David Gale before?
    It’s all about capital punishment.
    It has a powerful twist at the end.

    Perhaps it will change your mind about capital punishment after the film!!

    • CherryPie says:

      I like that we are all different, amongst other things it means we have interesting discussions which can at times challenge our ideas and viewpoints. The discussions can be a journey of discovery.

      I have not heard of that film before, so no I haven’t seen it.

  4. Those trees are beautiful .. what a lovely place to walk.

  5. Ginnie says:

    Don’t you love the mammouth trees at this time of the year, Cherry. They feel so…protective!