Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Greyfriars Green In July



 It was beautiful out this morning, particularly here in 
Greyfriars Green located between Coventry Train Station and the City Centre.


The topiary figures, I would imagine, are to do with the WW1 Centenary.

In the background of both of these shots are heaps of boulders.  That was 
Junction 6 of the Ring Road that goes around Coventry City Centre. 
Nearly 40 trees were cut down in the name of progress (Friargate Development)
 but it is promised that double that will be replanted.  Hope so!

Participating in Our World Tuesday

10 comments:

William Kendall said...

It is a beautiful spot. Hopefully they keep their word about the trees.

Linda said...

Just gorgeous!!!

Cloudia said...

I got butterflies!




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Kate said...

Lovely gardens which, I assume, are delightful to visit.

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous spot!

Jane and Chris said...

It's looking very pretty!
Jane x

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh I'll say it again Lauren, the similarities are amazing! If there's one thing that makes me crazy :) it's very old trees being chopped down in the name of progress! You'll have to keep us informed.

Sharon Anck said...

Beautiful garden.

Tanya Breese said...

this is beautiful!! and i love those topiary figures!

Fun60 said...

The gardens look wonderful but that topiary is very special.