Photo walk : Hobbiton

in a brown hobbit hole

the vegetable patch

directions to west farthing

in a yellow hobbit hole

middle earth

in a blue hobbit holedown to the party tree and across the waterbag end and reconstructed oak treeover the bridge to the green dragon innbag end bilbo and frodo baggins homethe bridge and mill from the green dragon innby water and the party tree and tentsale at the green dragon innfor sale and help notices in the green dragon innacross the lake where the hobbits live


In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit… – J.R.R. Tolkien

Walking around the movie set at Hobbiton, my senses were inspired. My inner child was transported to Middle Earth and back. And I kept hoping to find Hobbits!

May my photo walk give you a good sense of Middle Earth and bring your inner child out to play too.

Photo walk is an opportunity to take a walk with me through my ‘photo’ eyes. I often see the world through photos and love exploring my surroundings in this way.

Step. See. Enjoy!

love and light, Delicia

6 thoughts on “Photo walk : Hobbiton

  1. Hi mssD

    Thanks for the Hobbiton Tour, makes the movie seem real and possible.

    Nice to see that you are enjoying yourself and I am looking forward to sharing your next adventure with you, wherever that may be.

    As you know I have my Sun in Scorpio, but my Moon is in playful Aries and I have no problem being childlike, or more truthfully ‘childish’. So thanks for permission to allow my inner child out to play, I am already thinking of all the pranks I can pull.

    Luv Lots

    • Oh mssGilli, I am so happy you are inspired to allow your inner child out to play and I am sure you can think of a good few pranks to play. Enjoy the laughter! Love lots

  2. Awesome ! Thank you so much for sharing this walk with us. I really enjoy your photos on Instagram. They always make me feel good. Just wanted to let you know 🙂 Thank you !

    • Thank you so much Maria for visiting and sharing your thoughts. I really appreciate it 🙂 and I enjoy following your instagram photos as much!

  3. It looks quite tranquil at Hobbiton. A good doggy escape. I love JRR Tolkien for his books and the teeny bit of him that is SA. I was part of the Tolkien Society (tolysoc) at varsity and all we actually did was sit around on the floor in a darkened room listening to the stories of the hobbit and lord of the rings recorded on LPs. We also had big medieval feasts in collaboration with the music fac who played authentic music on as close to authentic instruments. Good memories xx

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