26 October 2010

Another lovely place.....

Hi everyone. This is just a few more pictures. This village was called Dawlish and is famous for black swans which live there. It is very pretty and very popular with young and old alike who visit to see the large variety of feathers including the very beautiful black swans..


There are signs all along the walk which amused mum..

The feathers even ordered their menu. MOL...

A black swan checking out a sign...

There was a water slide which amused mum a lot as the feathers slid down to the next level.....


Majestic....

Side by side....



This Little cutie was in a car at one of the photo stops.. He was cute...

I do hope you have enjoyed seeing a few of mum and dads pictures over the last few days.. Normal service from now MOL...


Hugs GJ xx

24 comments:

Sweet Praline said...

I always enjoy seeing pictures of your mom and dad's travels. What a cute little woofie!

Time for GJ pictures now.

Amy and The House of Cats said...

What a fun place to visit - and those swans are so cool looking! And that doggie is a cutie! It sounds like your mom and dad had a very good time!

Martha and Bailey said...

That looked just lovely although we confess we found black swans a little puzzling!
That was the sweetest little puppy face.
love
Martha and Bailey xxx

Mack said...

Mom loves swans! Where she used to live there was a park called Swan Lake with some beautiful swan residents!

Eric and Flynn said...

Those are lovely photos. Your mum and dad certainly got to see a lot while they were in Devon.

Old Kitty said...

Oh wow!!! A village famouse for its beautiful black swans?!? That's just so lovely!! Awww!! Me and Charlie enjoyed the instructions from the feathers!! LOL!! These adorable feathers are very clever in Dawlish!!

Oh the black swans are just so pretty aren't they?? We think it;s a lovely village! Thank you ever so much gorgeous GJ for sharing these fantastic pics and for another peek into a hidden gem of a place!!! Take care
x

Noll's Nip said...

That's a wonderful place! Thanks for sharing.

Angel and Kirby said...

You are so nice to let your Mum share with us!

♥I am Holly♥ said...

Such beautiful pictures!! We really enjoy them so much!!! Lots of love, Holly and mom

Sagira said...

Love watching swans and ducks in the water. Always so peaceful. :)

Cindy said...

I've never heard of black swans, how beautiful they are.

BeadedTail said...

Such pretty birdies! We love the photo of the two black swans together!

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

Black swans look so beautifully elegant! I heard that swans are mena, though, so I guess I would not want to try and play with them!

Lorenza said...

All those are pawesome "birdies"
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

The Island Cats said...

We've never seen a black swan before! How cool!!

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Nice pikhs!

That's khool they let woo know what are the prefFURed foods!

Khwite the khutie in the khar!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra and The Golden Khousins

The Chair Speaks said...

Lovely pictures. Those feathers sure know how to enjoy the natural water slide. It's a lot of fun. Do agree that little doggie's cute.

Au and Target said...

W want to swim with the ducks!

Jacqueline said...

Beautiful swans and a precious woofie too!...We enjoyed the photos of the village in yesterday's post too=it looks like your parents had a great time on their trip...We are looking forward to seeing your handsome face, GJ=we love you, sweetie...kisses...Calle, Halle, Sukki

Cat said...

My gosh the black swans are just beautiful!!

Huffle Mawson said...

It's been nice to see these photos but I'm ready to see more photos of you please!

Cheryl, Indiana, Shingo and Molly said...

So furry pretty! Thanks fur sharing all the pretty pictures with us!

Woofs and Kisses!
The Fiesty Three

Kari said...

Breathtaking! Black swans are so elegant. Amazing to watch in their beauty and grace. Where mum used to live there was a black swan that lived in the bay! His name was Rupert and he was a fugitive from a local country club pond. Well, no one had ever seen a swan at sea. We believe he was given Purina swan chow. The locals thought he was lonely and got him a lady friend named Pearl. At first they didn't mix. But later, they were seen together throughout the back bay. We move away and wonder what ever happened with them.
We love your photos. If you have anymore, we would enjoy seeing them. Kissed and hugs to you, dear GJ.09

Milo and Alfie Marshall said...

The Black Swans are super aren't they? Mom loves visiting Dawlish.