Friday, February 12, 2016

Spadina Grounds In Winter

These are the grounds with no snow which is so unusual for us in winter. Yesterday I showed you the front of Spadina House and this pic was taken from the back side of the building as I wandered about enjoying the sunshine. If that bench had been in the sun I could have sat for a while but it was chilly in the shade!

18 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

It looks beautiful!

Lowell said...

That room on the right looks like what we would call a "Florida sunroom." It does seem strange that you have no snow at the moment. That will probably change, though, right?

Sharon Anck said...

Beautiful place! I could sit there too....only if it's in the sun.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You can tell from the colour of the sky that it's really chilly Pat. Love those days though because you can get out and about. Hope it stays fine for your weekend!

Tom said...

nice touch of blue

William Kendall said...

The grounds are quite appealing, but you need snow!

cieldequimper said...

Very inviting and just look at that window!

Mo said...

A great pic. I love the clouds, they are such an unusual shape

Gosia k said...

looks like spring. In My place we have snow only 5 days this winter. Now we have early spring. Climate has changed here forever

VP said...

A bench is always a bench...

TexWisGirl said...

bright blue sky!

Revrunner said...

We're getting a little more of your white stuff tonight, I think.

Lois said...

What a beautiful house. I love the stone wall and urns in the previous post and this back yard is wonderful. Looks like they have a nice sunroom back there too!

Cloudia said...

Glad you are enjoying some sun as am I

Taken For Granted said...

Fine photo. It looks more like early spring than winter. Snow? You haven't had much this winter. Perhaps it is still on the way to you?

Karen S. said...

It's lovely, and something we've experienced a lot this year too!

Stephanie said...

Lovely place!

EG CameraGirl said...

I hope the Spadina gardens don't lose too many perennials with the cold with no snow cover