Friday, May 8, 2009

In Memory/ Photo Hunter

Birchard Parkette, Mount Albert

On the plaque:

1967
Centennial Project
of the Horticultural Society
and The Women’s Institute
This is the site of the first
schoolhouse built about 1830.
The bell if from the Mount Albert
School erected in 1890.


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15 comments:

Carver said...

What a beautiful place and photograph. Great take on the theme.

Kerri said...

Beautiful shot! LOVE the bench in the background too!

PERBS said...

Absolutely beautiful monument and bell in a terrific environment of flowering trees and a BENCH too! What else could make it better? Aha! I know, by the beach!!!!!!!!!! lol

The whole picture is stunning -- forget my beach comment. . .

Jarart said...

Amazing how fast it goes from a snow covered ground to a lush and blooming paradise.

cieldequimper said...

Lovely historical photo. So calm.

barb said...

Such a lovely setting. I'd love to toss a blanket under that blooming tree and have a little picnic!

Neal said...

Beautiful place!

Vita Stunder said...

Beautiful shot and great take of this theme!

Mine is up too!
Have a great weekend :)

Anna

Photo Cache said...

A beautiful place to sit and read a book or simply to sit and wait for some inspiration.

Happy weekend. I'm really glad you joined Photo HUnter.

Cezar and Léia said...

Serenity! Beautiful picture!
Have a nice weekend dear friend
Kind Regards from Brazil
Léia

Jacob said...

A parkette, must mean a small park. It's beautiful!

The only problem would be if that school bell should ring.

Would remind me of teaching those
dumb ding-a-lings!

Becky and Gary said...

Love the color of that tree and the bench is great. Such a peaceful setting.
B.

That is the chicken said...

I love old bells...they always make me think of stilled voices and I wonder what they used to sound like.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Beautiful looking place... and the slab bench looks about as perfect a place to rest and take stock as ever I've seen.

Judy said...

lovely little park - so tranquil
the bench would be a good place to enjoy the flowering crab
i like the comment about the stilled voices

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