Canadian in Candia

August 10, 2009

Prescott Park Flowers

Filed under: Flowers, New Hampshire — Tags: , , — Miriam @ 7:56 am

I really love Portsmouth New Hampshire. I go there from time to time to bring the pup to the Dog Park and to Pierce Island which has off-leash sections. But Saturday I didn’t bring the pup with me to Portsmouth. So I was able to do some things I wouldn’t normally have a chance to do.

Such as visiting the flower gardens of Prescott Park. Prescott Park is a pretty park between the Strawberry Banke Museum and the River. It has beautiful gardens full of name tags to identify the flowers. If you have more time than I did they also have concerts in the park during the summer.

The flowers are so perfect and so beautiful that you could just walk around taking perfect pictures of flowers and they would turn out to be frameable no matter your technique (at least if using an auto function camera).

Rather than post a hundred pictures of flowers I made a mosaic of a random selection of the flowers.
mosaic
You can see the Mosaic full sized here.

Full set of Flowers from Saturday is in this Flickr set (It also includes some of the pigeons from the previous post).

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1 Comment »

  1. We are practically neighbors. I live in Saco, Maine! A friend of mine from college used to live in Candia. I lost touch with her years ago, But her first name is Harriet and she was a teacher at one of the area high schools. Then her position was eliminated and she was working for Blue Cross/Blue Shield. She’d be in her 60’s now.

    Just stopping by from SITS. Great photos. Hope you’ll stop by and say hi at my blog!

    Comment by Eva Gallant — August 11, 2009 @ 4:41 pm


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