Wednesday, 11 April 2012

ABC Wednesday - M

M is for Marlborough Maze

Last week whilst spending time with my family we all went to visit Blenheim Palace (birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill). We had a lovely day in spite of the weather being very cold.

The Maze was a must.













The letter M of Blenheim is bottom right.



Thanks to Mrs Denise Nesbitt and the ABC Wednesday team. For more looks at the letter M, please click here.

16 comments:

VioletSky said...

This is so neat and orderly and pretty. I have only done a maze in a corn field and actually felt a bit claustrophobic!

mrsnesbitt said...

I am with Violet on this one - I too would find it claustrophobic too - I am barely 5' 2" tall so would struggle. Having said that, would love to visit the house.
Welcome back to ABC Wednesday - a better place now you are back with us.
Denise ABC Team

Gordon said...

That's a pretty amazing maze; it would be quite a challenge. Nice shots.

Roger Owen Green said...

Mazes are great to look at, but make me nervous to actually be in!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

chubskulit said...

A beautiful maze!

Little MISSES
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

joo said...

I love it! Mazes are incredible, aren't they?
Hugs
J.

Ann said...

Marlborough and Blenheim: I thoght you are talking about New Zealand. I had to read two times. So many places in NZ are name after UK.

Thanks for visiting. Your header loaf of bread, did you make it yourself.

Ann said...

It very well groomed, looks unique but theres no way I could enter it!!
Ann

ChrisJ said...

Mazes are mesmerizing!

Leslie: said...

I think this is where friends are taking us when my friend and I come over in the summer! Can hardly wait..

Leslie
abcw team

Meryl Jaffe, PhD said...

Oh that must have been lovely fun! And, I do like puzzles.

Maggie May said...

That maze looks really lovely and must be great fun.
I have been in all sorts of mazes over the years as my grandsons used to like them.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Hildred and Charles said...

Charles would love this, - just imagine all the pruning it takes to keep it all orderly and neat. He could work all year at this lovely maze!!!

Suburbia said...

My children would love that, I must make a note to go :-)
Thanks

fizzycat said...

Long time since I have experienced a maze.Looks to be a good one.
Would love to vist Blenheim.

Mary said...

I think I left a comment, but not sure. Between trying to read the word verification and forgetting to sign in, it may have disappeared. Anyway...thanks for visiting my blog and I love mazes and have been to one in England...the Jubilee Maze?