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This Picture was taken in Oregon Japanese Garden Very beautiful place. can't wait to go back.
Portland Japanese Garden, Portland Oregon.
I had fun visiting with Mike Jones on his Pacific Northwest Tour last week.
Part of the karesansui raked gravel Zen garden of Kodai-ji temple, Kyoto. Hasselblad X1D.
Fort Worth, TX
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Pukeiti offers a range of garden walks from 45 minutes to two hours. This includes the Rhododendron Stroll (45 minutes), Valley of the Giants Walk (60 minutes), and the Puke Te Whiti Trail (two hours).
Pukeiti lies halfway between Mt Taranaki and the coast, in environmental conditions that are ideal for growing rhododendrons.
“Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?” - Douglas Adams
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Seoul, Pavilion over the Buyongji Pond in the Secret Garden of the Changdeokgung palace. Located on a hill behind the main palace, the garden has been designed for the private use of the royal family. The "secret garden" is a modern name; it used to be called "forbidden garden" or "inner garden" during the Joseon dynasty.
This is a winter garden from a month ago.
It doesn't even look like winter, more like your summer in August.
We're upside-down people and parrot in down-under world, so everything is confusing.
@Japanese Garden at Auburn Botanic Gardens, Sydney
I came across this image hidden in the archives, I have one already in my stream taken from a different angle. I hope you do not mind me putting this one on as well.
The Gardens boast one of the finest tree collections in the world, set on banks around a great lake. The famous Pantheon, Temple of Flora and Temple of Apollo (where Darcy first proposed to Elizabeth in the new Pride and Prejudice Film) form the centre-point for countless vistas from around the garden, inspired by classic Renaissance landscape paintings.