Monday, June 14, 2010
Regular visitors to Tudor Hall have been watching the progress of this family of Canadian geese throughout the spring and summer with both joy and concern. The goslings will soon be as large as their attentive and wary parents! (Photo by Dinah Faber)
This damselfly is just one of the many insects enjoying the summer at Tudor Hall. Do you know how to tell the difference between a damselfly and a dragonfly? Damselflies fold their wings when at rest. Dragonflies leave theirs outspread. (Photo by Kim Edwards)
The daylilies are in blossom once more on the island in the pond at Tudor Hall. Obviously, nature continues to thrive at Tudor Hall despite the changes to surrounding properties over the past few years. (Photo by Kim Edwards)
This door knocker continues to welcome visitors to Tudor Hall just as it has for many years. It is a reminder of the years Howard and Dorothy Fox owned the property and lived at Tudor Hall (late 1960s-late 1990s). (Photo by Kim Edwards)
Tudor Hall is still a magical place!