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Kedleston Bridge 1 of 5

Two weeks ago I showed a series of people pictures I took at Kedleston Hall.  This week I am going to show a series of the lovely bridge in the park, moving closer as each day goes by, and next week will be a second series from here looking round other interesting parts of the estate.

I spotted this angle from the front of the house but, needless to say, some "clown" had parked right on that bit of the drive in front of the gates instead of the area provided. Fortunately he had gone a bit later on.

Kedleston Bridge 1 of 5

Two weeks ago I showed a series of people pictures I took at Kedleston Hall.  This week I am going to show a series of the lovely bridge in the park, moving closer as each day goes by, and next week will be a second series from here looking round other interesting parts of the estate.

I spotted this angle from the front of the house but, needless to say, some "clown" had parked right on that bit of the drive in front of the gates instead of the area provided. Fortunately he had gone a bit later on.

comments (15)

  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 22 Jun 2009, 01:08
You came, you saw, you conquered, Brian. smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Ginnie.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 22 Jun 2009, 01:47
Looks like a fine spot for a picnic and a game of family cricket.
Brian Walbey: I suspect tea on the lawn and a game of croquet would be more suitable here Ray smile
Wonderful set of gates Brian. must add this to my must visit list!
Brian Walbey: I think you would enjoy a visit here Bill.
And a great view of the cattle grid. Only joking Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chad, actually it is a fine grid, perhaps a suitable subject for a series, "Cattle Grids of the East Midlands" smile
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 22 Jun 2009, 08:26
Grand place for a picnic Brian
Brian Walbey: There were some picnickers about Tony but I cloned most of them out.
Looks a lovely place Brian.
Brian Walbey: It is a very nice place Martin, we shall go back to go in the house next time.
Just put it on my satnav for future visit.
Brian Walbey: Sound a good idea to me.
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 22 Jun 2009, 15:50
Very nice Brian and not to far away either smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tracy, no this isn't far from you, about an hour or so I would think.
nice framing
look forward to more in the series
Cheers
Rob
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Rob, two weeks from here this time.
No consideration these clowns.

It's also got a slight Chatsworth feel to it. richard
Brian Walbey: Yes now you mention Chatsworth Richard I see what you mean.
Very nice photo, and I love all that ironwork. Looking forward to arriving at the bridge.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Sheila, keep looking, we will get there by the end of the week.
My favourite kind of British landscape.
Brian Walbey: And just think Albert, years ago one person used to own all this. How times change.
  • Aussie
  • Cedar Vale
  • 22 Jun 2009, 23:39
Nice framing for the bridge, those gates are a work of art.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Aussie.
Very interesting, Brian. Thanks to your 1940s series, I've got a view looking the other way - see http://www.thestudio-online.co.uk/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-9996
Brian Walbey: Thanks Alan, I like your shot as well, I never thought about that one, I took a front view over the fence as you will see next week.
Nice framing with the gates
Brian Walbey: Thanks Pamela, Chad rather liked the cattle grid!

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