Thursday, 1 May 2014

Let's have an adventure link up VI














This pond is right on the side of the wood on our way to school. We have been walking past it for months and last week, Elle asked to go down and see it a little closer. We went down, and i sat on the root of the tree, breathing in everything and watching the girls mix potions together in the pond and see who could make the biggest ripples with sticks. Mia, as usual, pretended to fish and Elle was making fairy potions. We have now visited most days after school. We cannot wait for the warmer weather to come in so they can paddle in there and we can set out walnut shell boats on it. Elle has called it the "wishing pond". She likes to name all the places we go to so she can ask to go again and i shall know where she means :)

"let's have an adventure" is a bi-monthly link up posted on the 13th and 26th of each month. You can share old or new adventure posts with us. We would love to have you join us and help us create this wonderful community of fellow adventurer's!!!!



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Today, we have two wonderful co-hosts. Fiona from Dolly Dowsie and Kate from Crafts on sea. They are both sharing their own adventures over on their blogs, so please take a little look at them :)






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28 comments

  1. I love how you've captured the ripples. Beautiful photographs x

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  2. It certainly looks like you had a fun adventure by the wishing pond. Lovely photos as always. x

    dear beautiful

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  3. You are very lucky to have such a stunning setting on your school run. I can hear the stillness of the early Spring woods through your beautiful pictures x

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  4. Aww, I alsways love your photos! Thank you so much for letting me co-host!

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  5. Beautiful photos as always, you look like you live in such a gorgeous place. x

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  6. your pictures are so so magical

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  7. Stunning and magical photo's hun xx

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  8. What a wonderful world to step into on your school run. And your pictures really set the scene. Beautiful.

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  9. Gorgeous pictures, felt like I could dip my toe in the water x

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  10. Love these photos. How lovely that she names the places you visit! :-)

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  11. Gorgeous pictures as always Keri-Anne! Thank you so much for letting me co-host this week :)

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  12. Ahhh its adventure o'clock! Kitty has an operation tomorrow but hopefully next week we can have an adventure too x

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  13. The girls have such beautiful hair x

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  14. Gorgeous photos as ever and I do love this idea for a linky x

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  15. I added a post from the weekend, hope that's ok.

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  16. The Wishing Pond - what a lovely name and could be a children's book. Walnut boats are so magical, look forward to seeing them.

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  17. So cute I love your photo's and your girls melt my heart

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  18. I love that you live by such a lovely wood, it looks so magical! x

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  19. Beautiful photos as usual and the girls hair looks gorgeous. x

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  20. wow stunning pictures true capture of the the natural outdoor beauty

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  21. Wonderful photos as always, it always looks like the most fabulous place to visit. The girls always seem to have great hair too! Probably have a post I can link up, will have a look once I've commented x

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  22. Stunning photos and I love how their clothes almost blend in with all the co,
    lours around them

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  23. Beautiful photos - and lovely to see that it's still possible to have adventures in a place you see every day. I have by the way finally replied to your email (so sorry it's taken so long - life overtook me rather for a bit)

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  24. What a fantastic post! Your photographs are absolutely gorgeous! You clearly have a knack for photography. Thanks for sharing!

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