Saturday, 1 May 2010

Wallington Hall

I hope you're not yet too tired of my picture heavy posts of the places I visit. But there are so many amazing places that are a visual treat for the eyes. And this one is no exception. Another National Trust property, Wallington Hall is based in Northumberland, where I had a walk through the lovely house and picturesque gardens.

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64 comments:

  1. LOVE all these pictures! What a great place!

    Have a great weekend :)

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  2. Great pictures :)

    What effect do you use for your pics?

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  3. Gosh! you don't half take beautiful pictures, they're lovely! & what a sweet miniature tea set :) I must start going to places like this, so many wonderful things to see! x

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  4. Oh I just LOVED this post! You are such a fantastic photographer.

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  5. These are all so beautiful

    never bored of pictures like this!

    I loved the tea cups

    they are sooo lovely!

    Char x

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  6. love your photos! the more shots you share the better i think! looks like a magical place! xx

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  7. Love the first photos, I've never even heard of this place and it looks amazing.

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  8. these pictures are amazingly beautiful. what kind of camera do you use? X

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  9. Those photos are amazing!!
    I want to visite that place!!!!

    ♥ ma chère amie!

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  10. Wow I love all of these photos and no I am not bored of heavy photo posts :)....love these interiors...makes me wish I was born in another time :) I'm going to be following...love your blog

    Laura
    www.sidestreetstyle.com

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  11. wow wow wow wow wow!! i can't believe there are places as beautiful as this; the one with that ceiling, and the pillar, so ornate! must have been the most perfect trip! as i always say, you are so talented <3

    angelica
    x

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  12. love the stunning antiquity and architechture...gorgeous
    xx

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  13. Love these pictures, I would love to visit a place that pretty but then I probably would never leave!

    Carmen.xx.

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  14. Nice pictures! Thank you! This place is amazing!

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  15. Your photos are so lovely. I love how you spend your days visiting lovely places of heritage like that! I wish I had a old dolls house like the one you photographed.

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  16. Looks like a lovely place to visit! I like the photo of the ducks. I went to visit Ilkley last weekend and I got some great shots of ducks on the river there. And a heron!

    www.loloholmes.tumblr.com

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  17. ooh duckies! They're always my favorite :)

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  18. Ah, those are so beautiful. Really makes my heart sore for England and it's first and old world wonders. x

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  19. the mix/match of wallpaper and carpets caught my eye -- such rich patterns!

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  20. This a beautiful pictures! your blog are amazing ! xoxo

    http://be-mode.blogspot.com/

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  21. the details in the architecture you captured are just stunning! you have a great eye.

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  22. ohmy. you're a wonderful photographer. everything looks so precious.

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  23. It looks so luxurious and neat you really captured the atmosphere of the place ;)

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  24. Wow, so beautiful! You have great taste when it comes to knowing where to go traveling.

    I love the pictures!

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  25. i'm telling you, your blog is one of my most favorite roll. you're a great blogger.

    ANDWHATELSEISTHERE

    SHOP

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  26. sooo gorgeous! i wish i lived somewhere so grand and beautiful

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  27. SOOO beautiful. I wanna have a house decorated like that. The lamp and the ornaments are just wow.

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  28. Love the antique piano and the gorgeous china. This house reminds me of my parents house. Happy Sunday;-)

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  29. Not tired at all! I love these pics!!

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  30. I personally can't get enough of the photos! Loving them so much. So romantic little details =)

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  31. Not tired at all! Amazing as always:)

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  32. I love the celing. Beautiful :)

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  33. Again such a lovely place! Would love to come with you on a stroll like that one day. Bisou de Dotti

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  34. beautiful photos, i always hate seeing 'please do not touch' signs though cos it makes me 100x more tempted to touch things! haha. i love the china tea sets too.

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  35. I feel like I have take a look around with you P, these are such pretty photos all with your own style.
    just a quiet weekend, hope yours has been
    ok, shame it's alot colder again! kat xox

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  36. you always find such wonderful places, love the colors on the pictures :)

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  37. wow our photography is amazing!!! the place looks oldschool glamorous.

    Lovely blog!!

    myblissisthisway

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  38. Great pictures! Beautiful antiquity and architechture :)

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  39. not tired at all!
    love these!

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  40. I always LOVE your picture filled posts! :)

    I would love to see more "Life in pictures" posts...

    S*

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  41. Your pictures are FABULOUS !

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  42. Your photos always have a beautiful muted though sharp quality to them...gorgeous!

    Love love love,

    Erin

    xx

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  43. wow our photography is amazing!!! the place looks oldschool glamorous.

    Lovely blog!!

    myblissisthisway

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  44. Lovely pictures, I adore historical sites! It looks like such fun!

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  45. Ohhh what lovely photography!! And an uber pretty blog!! Love it!! Following you!

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  46. Great pictures and it looks like a lovely place.

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  47. Just wow. These are absolutely stunning, kind of make me feel nostalgic somehow.

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  48. i could never get tired of seeing such pretty ETHEREAL pics!

    Persis
    http://onestylemile.blogspot.com/

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  49. Thanks so much for sharing, the pictures are wonderful, I certainly appreciate the detail in every little thing, even the wainscot is carved!

    Ripped Nylon

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  50. You are amazing at capturing all the fabulous details!

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  51. These pictures are stunning WOW. All the architecture and detailing is beautiful.

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  52. Absolutely not bored of these pictures, in fact I want more! These images are so gorgeous

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  53. What a lovely hop of reverie... I equally delight in seeing you through the mirror in the first picture. So sweet in your dainty blue dress.

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  54. Stunning imagery. I must visit this place - it's not far from me and looks utterly beautiful.

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  55. Amazing! And not tired at all, I adore these posts! :)

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  56. looks amazing there! This first picture with your reflection in the mirror is my favorite :-D i love the wedding cake ceilings too

    thanks for sharing your visit with us!

    xoxo Bardot in Blue

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  57. I love your day trip photos just wish I could see your outfit styling in the same post. Lovely images though! x

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  58. very very sorry for the late replies!! :(

    judith - i use analogcolor

    stace - a canon eos 1000d

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  59. Believe me no one is ever going to be tired of your picture heavy posts.
    I once made a collection of stencils based on Wallington Hall. Some of them are in my bedroom. Wallington is beautiful and your photographs make it look even better.

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