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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Gazebo (Garden Elements. 1.)

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32 comments:

  1. Dear Tatyana, Gazebos can add such fun to a garden, and it was such a good idea to show yours throughout the seasons. It really does change in mood considerably from the Spring through the Summer and to the Winter.

    Your gazebo certainly does provide a stylish support for your climbing plants.

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  2. Wow! I love the gazebo and the trip through the seasons. Beautiful garden as well!

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  3. It looks beautiful throughout all the seasons. Love those foxgloves Tatyana.

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  4. Beautiful no matter what the season!

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  5. VERY pretty! I love a nice gazebo and yours looks very well placed!

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  6. When gazebos come to mind, I always thought of them as being wooden structures, but I like yours much better! Where did you find such a lovely one?
    It looks wonderful, no matter what the season. Thanks for sharing!
    judy

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  7. A beautiful Gazebo in all seasons! Great job of showing us the seasons...

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  8. That is a beautiful gazebo!

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  9. Tatyana, I loved seeing your gazebo in all the seasons. Beautiful! -Jean

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  10. Love the different views in and out of the gazebo as well as the different seasons. Well done.

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  11. Oh, how pretty! Those foxgloves are a luscious color!

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  12. Tatyana,
    Oh some of those photos lead me to believe you were in a fancy jail. Enjoyed this post and the the photo with the foxglove was awesome.

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  13. What a wonderful gazebo, I've always wanted one, but have been a little intimidated by their size and structure. This style would work very well for me, and go with the wrought iron fence I'm thinking of putting in. Beautiful pictures. :)

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  14. So lovely in all seasons. My favorite views are the one in summer looking through the gazebo, and the last one with the foxglove. Those foxglove were glorious.

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  15. Beautiful to see, no matter what season it is!

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  16. that gazebo in the snow is beautiful!

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  17. Didn't realise what it was, thought it was a gated garden or a cage or something.
    Only when I saw the winter season did I realise how elegant it is.

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  18. Your gazebo is beautiful and full of charm throughout the year. Can I say i like it best in the snow? Maybe for a photo, but how wonderful to sit amidst the flowers in the spring!

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  19. What a lovely gazebo throughout the seasons!I have just found you and now will follow you,
    Betty from England xx

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  20. I like the first large picture, looking through the gazebo with all your beautiful flowers in the background, dreamy.

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  21. Thats lovely, Gazebos are such a grate feature in a garden.

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  22. A nice element -- shown in the different seasons how much is added by having such interesting accents.

    Cameron

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  23. I love that gazebo! All the different angles of the photos are awesome...:D

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  24. Ah, beautiful images.

    I look forward to garden elements2.

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  25. Well, you have just shown that gazebos can be beautiful in summer AND winter....

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  26. That Gazebo is beautiful in all it's seasons!

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  27. I've been wanting a gazebo since forever! I love how beautiful they look in the snow.

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  28. That gazebo do have all weather beauty! ~bangchik

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  29. Your gazebo is gorgeous - I'm quite envious! I love it in all its seasons, but especially the snow.

    Looks like you had to go quite a way to get your snow fix - but what a glorious place to go! I'm not allowed to ski (on account of having hyper-extensive joints), but it's one sport I've always longed to have a go at ... maybe I'd be safe and not injure myself cross-country skiing?!

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  30. Your garden and structures look beautiful in any season! The foxgloves are my favorites of your photos, though. I want mine to grow that tall!

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  31. It looks beautiful in every season Tatyana. What a wonderful structure to have in your garden. It certainly adds a lot of interest as do those gorgeous foxgloves.

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