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  • London '12

    faun070 posted a photo:

    London '12

    Squirrel in a Wood (c 1903) - by Beatrix Potter, Victoria and Albert Museum


  • Rabbits, Birnam

    wwshack posted a photo:

    Rabbits, Birnam


  • ~ a little poster ~

    A4ANGHARAD posted a photo:

    ~ a little poster ~

    Poster / Notice in the Beatrix Potter Gallery @ Hawkshead ! , well it was a few days ago anyway , but it got me thinking , and Yes is a very simple answer , so Thanks to Till No 3 Person for info and brief chat , M


  • ~ Hill Top ~

    A4ANGHARAD posted a photo:

    ~ Hill Top ~

    ~ a garden artefact @ Hill Top , home of Beatrix Potter , looked after for us mortals by the National Trust ........ I'm sure it's in one of her stories :)))) , I kept waiting for one of the creatures to hop by !!!!


  • ~ Hill Top ~ Beatrix Potter ~

    A4ANGHARAD posted a photo:

    ~ Hill Top ~ Beatrix Potter ~

    Beatrix Potter's home up in the Lake District near to Hawkshead , under the care of the National Trust , and even better you can now take photo's inside ( without flash as per NT guidelines ) , somehow I jammed this one , there were bucketfulls of visitors !!!! , even taking a pic for one of the Japanese visitors there , ..... he also said He hadn't seen my Fuji camera in use for a long time !!!


  • ~ Hill Top ~ Beatrix Potter ~

    A4ANGHARAD posted a photo:

    ~ Hill Top ~ Beatrix Potter ~

    Oddly this door knocker is on one of the internal doors , how the other half lived !!! Seriously though Big Thanks to BP and the National Trust !


  • ~ Hill Top ~ Beatrix Potter / NT ~

    A4ANGHARAD posted a photo:

    ~ Hill Top ~ Beatrix Potter / NT ~


  • " Who Said ' Boo ' ?..."

    Kap'n'Kaos~Too posted a photo:

    " Who Said ' Boo ' ?..."

    "The Red Squirrel is native to Britain, but its future is increasingly uncertain as the introduced American grey squirrel expands its range across the mainland...Red squirrels build large nests, called dreys, often in the forks of tree trunks. They are usually solitary, only coming together to mate...Red squirrels are seed eaters and they favour pine cones, but also eat larch and spruce...In addition, to eat them, they can choose between good and bad nuts by holding them in their paws...The main predators of red squirrels are birds of prey, such as goshawks and pine marten..."
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  • Lingholm, Keswick

    alh1 posted a photo:

    Lingholm, Keswick

    Peter Rabbit was here.


  • Lingholm, Keswick

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    Lingholm, Keswick

    Towards the end of our walk we stopped at Lingholm, once a private house but now there is a brand new cafe (good modern design) with excellent food. This is where Beatrix Potter first had her Lake District experiences and they have built a new walled kitchen garden on the site of the original, but considerably different. There are explanation panels about her, her work and the history of the house and area.


  • On the way up to Gorse Hall, Stalybridge

    EastMancSteve posted a photo:

    On the way up to Gorse Hall, Stalybridge

    A path up to the main drive way of Gorse Hall in Stalybridge, Tameside.


  • Beatrix Potter's Garden, Hill Top

    jurassicjay posted a photo:

    Beatrix Potter's Garden, Hill Top


  • Flopsy Bunny

    red stilletto posted a photo:

    Flopsy Bunny

    Calling Miss Beatrix . . . Yea Victoria.

    This cute little rabbit was just one of the many little animals that resided in the veggie patch of the farm stay we stayed at in Yea.

    You can see all of Flopsy Bunny's friends here: Look who lives in the veggie patch.


  • Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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    Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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  • Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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    Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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  • Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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    Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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  • Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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    Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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  • Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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    Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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  • Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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    Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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  • Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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    Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

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