Tuesday, 23 March 2010

We enter Perth from the south, through the South Inch, a large area of parkland with football pitches, tennis courts, a boating pond and an extensive children's play area.

At this time of year the crocuses appear in a broad strip, bordering the road.

This view is looking south from practically the same spot as the previous photo. The castellated building in the top left of the photo is the recently revamped Perth Prison, which houses some of Scotland's most notorious criminals.

This border of crocuses has the church of St Leonard's in The Field in the background.

...and a closer look at these colourful spring flowers.

Posted by Picasa


Gail said...

I just wished to see it and here it is. It is just as beautiful as you discribed.

Enjoy the coming of spring.

Tammy Lee Carpentier Bradley said...

Great Photos. Thank you for sharing your part of the world. Tam - fellow Papillon owner.

Ria said...

Lovely pictures, Anne!!