Sunday, August 22, 2010

Another Glimpse of Lin Family Mansion

Last time, I featured Doorways in Lin Family Mansion.
The other day was the Reflection in Quiet Water under the Bridge.

Today, I'm sharing you the well-maintained pond.

19 comments:

Tom Hilton said...

Really lovely. Makes me want to travel there.

Ralph said...

It is a lovely estate, looking of the past while set in a urban landscape. The wonderful pond is beautiful. Not a forbidding moat, but lovely landscape detail. Lovely shadows/reflections at this stunning mansion!

Sylvia K said...

What a beautiful estate! I agree with what Ralph has written and the pond is so lovely! Much better than a moat -- at least for our times! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Candi said...

absolutely breathtaking. How incredible. Stop by my blog for a giveaway. hugz:)

frayedattheedge said...

Lovely photos!!

EG Wow said...

Gorgeous!

Boom Nisanart said...

Very pretty bridge and it show architectural of your country..Great Choice ! Great images !

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Elisa said...

It´s so quiet and lovely
Have a nice week end
Elisa, Argentina

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Beautiful shots. I would love to visit.

Hilda said...

Lovely walkways around the pond, and that little bridge is so cute!

Luna Miranda said...

i love "Quiet Water Under the Bridge"--the name is perfect.:p lovely place.

joo said...

It's so beautiful place - so peaceful and quietand I love the colour of water!
Greetings:)

Ann said...

Are you related to the Lin family? LOL

Once in my home town, we had Ling Family timber tycoon. But one generations down the track, they are no longer tycoons.

AB said...

This does look like a great old pool. Does it have any fish in it?

cieldequimper said...

Oh fantastic. So peaceful and beautiful. There's even what looks like a small lighthouse to me!

Francisca said...

Yup, these mansions were really something... I do like Chinese ponds and small footbridges very much.

Ruth said...

Beautiful garden. love Chinese ponds. Must be a quiet and restful place to be.

thanks for sharing.
Blessings!

anka said...

Beautiful scenery. It looks so quiet and calm.
Have a great Sunday!

Leif Hagen said...

What beautiful, peaceful photos of the Lin Family gardens! They look familiar - I guess I visited them back in 1990 when I was in Taipei!

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