I managed to take a few snaps of our lovely communal lake garden, which I am now calling the duck garden as we have a good colony of mallards and at least one muscovy.
The garden sits beautifully between our home and the edge of the moor, the building on the right across the road is an old pump house that has been converted into a house.
It really is a lovely facility to have, lots of daffodils and primroses, lovely mature trees, gentle waterfalls and the promise of woodland flowers to come. I am hoping there will be ducklings too, eggs are laid between March and July in well concealed nests, hatching takes place after 28 days.
No wonder I'm not missing my own patch with all this well tended space around me and I still have to show you the roof garden.