Knot an entrance?
:D. I was one of the few who didn't have to duck to go inside.
Wow, what a fabulous tree!!...ahmmm, this looks a bit like an old fashioned pub crawl!!!
Lovely series of pictures. Cheers, Rosa.
OMG it's a jungle out there!
You Tarzan, me Jane!
It was our first lunch in England after travelling for two days to get there, Rosa. SNAFU in the Newark airport meant we and to return to Canada and resume the following day. We we absolutely exhausted, but I loved the place so much I had to have some pics. That evening was the start of my research ;D
It would be amazing to see this venerable wisteria in bloom, dear Theolfa - I've see grape vines as big a few times - awesome. Lovely photo of a very inviting entrance, even if one must stoop to enter. Happy hugs (O:
Thanks, Suzi! I didn't know it was Wisteria, but I think it must be gorgeous when in bloom. I'm glad you told me. Very happy hugs, Theolfa
Fascinating, Theolfa. The gardener who had the foresight to let a garden go wild, and then the renovator who decided to retain the rogue Wistaria are entitled to have every entrant bow on entering.
Ooooooh! Ian is a hard act to follow so I will just add a Like to my Ooooooooh:)
Hi, Ian! Nice to hear from you, and what a lovely comment. I think you have summed it up perfectly. Thank you! Cheers! Theolfa_
Thank you, too, JF!
Oh I bet it looks gorgeous when in flower, mind you, you would need some pretty big secateurs to prune it :D
nature goes its own way! lovely!! gr.roeli
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