Clumber Park


A little video from my recent visit to Nottingham in the North of England. This Lime tree avenue was planted in 1840 in Clumber Park. It's almost 2 miles long and consists of 1,296 common limes, the longest in Europe! Trying to hold the camera steady on a bouncy road was tricky and I've sped up the video as it was quite long!

Comments

Angie said…
I've never seen so many! When I'd see oncoming traffic I kept worrying you were on the wrong side of the road. duh!
Bestemor-Aud said…
What a beautiful and special place! I've never been in England. Hope we'll get the opportunity soon! Fun video!
GrandmaK said…
Wow!! Too cool! Forgot for a minute you were on the Lt. side of the road driving...feared for your safety for a bit but came to my senses! This was great fun!!! Cathy
Sidharth said…
WOW!!! That was super cool! Your roads are so coool! You should see Indian roads hehe


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Sidharth said…
Hey I listened to your "Happy Birthday" thingy at Vimeo. Wow! Just love the way you play? Do you have more?

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Pietro said…
What a beautiful avenue.
About England, I always remember with pleasure my walks in the green London Parks.
Gramma L said…
What a fun video! The tree lined road was beautiful, even if you were on the wrong side of the road. haha!
dot said…
Whew! That was fun but a little scary. It would take me a while to get used to driving on the wrong side of the road. Of course to you it's the right side. LOL! What a lot of limeade!
Gudl said…
Very cool, but you are driving on the wrong side of the road ;-)
lol
Tammie said…
AHHHHHH!!! You are driving on the wrong side of the road!!! :-) Lovely drive....
SuzyQ said…
It's magical isn't it! It feels like the forest goes on forever!
Glad you had a great time down my neck of the woods:0)