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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Japanese Garden at the Butchart Gardens. Part 2

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To be continued.

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13 comments:

  1. Excellent photos Tatyana, masterful lighting. Love the pathway in one of the first photos, the movement in the rock design is really nice.
    The wooden color bridge certainly doesn't have the same impact as the red one, does it?

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    1. I agree with you, Janet! But, I would find a spot for that bridge in my own garden!

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  2. The light and reflections are really beautiful - the sense of peace is captured perfectly.

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  3. Again such beautiful pictures. You have eye to take good photos!

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  4. Fantastic garden, I like to admire such unusual places. I am greeting

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  5. Gorgeous photos! I love Japanese Gardens!

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  6. Oh what a gorgeous garden. Just makes one feel peaceful looking at the pictures. I am sorry the Anemone seeds did not work for you. No they do not have thorns so I do not know what is growing in your garden. LOL! A surprise maybe.

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  7. Japanese gardens are so beautiful and serene. Yet I would never have one of my own. I suppose they are too calm, quiet and monochromatic, I like color too much!

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  8. Thank you for sharing ... stunning tour and great photos, Tatyana.

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  9. beautiful gardens and lanscapes...congratulations!!!!

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    1. Thank you for your comment Betty! I love Butchart Gardens!

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