I am taking a break from blogging about my travel pictures now. I still have loads more on that to catch up... and I guess I am getting weary on editting and sorting thousands of them. Right, so this is for a change.
After going back from Greece, we are now start to realise how beautiful Britain countryside is. While Greece are generally dry and barren and full of dry grass.
Britain, on the other hand, is covered with saturated-green-pastures and full of flowery bushes.
Britain is proud to have 49 designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 40 National Scenic Areas, 14 National Parks and an amazing 27 World Heritage Sites, 5 of which have World Heritage status due to their outstanding natural features.
And here is one of them...
Welcome to Coton Manor, Northamptonshire.
This time of the year, the roses are budding and blooming like it never before, so we paid our annual visit to see more of it.
The lovely scent as we enter the park is undescribe-able. It's truly like walking in other world.
You can see ducks, chicken and flamingo wandering about in the park as it owns quite a view water features.
The manor also have loads of other type of flower. You can see more of them on our old entry last year when we visited the park at about the same time of the year.
And my favorite, lilac poppies.
But most of all, the park is famous for...
The flower meadow full of ox-eye daisy and buttercup.
I promise that you'll see more of it few days to come.