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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Garden Tapestry. Six Pictures of the Butchart Gardens








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27 comments:

  1. Wow. So beautiful and colorful.

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  2. Thank you so much Tatyana, for sharing these exquisite photographs... you absolutely topped off my day in a marvelous way!! Larry

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  3. Incredible scenes! You've captured the beauty with your lens.

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  4. Дразнишь, Танюша!
    В следующей жизни буду феей в этом саду. Или улиткой какой-нибудь :))

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  5. That garden looks like a paradise! Have a great Sunday!

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  6. What a gorgeous photos of the Butchart gardens. Particularly the last one with the beautiful yellowgreen coloured tree. Is this the Robinia pseudoacacia ?

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    1. Janneke, sorry, I am not sure what type of tree it is!

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  7. The first picture is gorgeous, Tanya !!! Beautiful !!!

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  8. Wow! Prettier than any painting!

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  9. Tapestry is a good description ..full of color and rich with textures.

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  10. Phew, took my breath away.

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  11. I was really hoping we might get there this year, I've never been. But no such luck. Maybe next year. Your photos are almost as good as the real thing, they are so gorgeous and lush.

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  12. These photos are so lovely Tatyana, its the sort of thing i see in gardening magazines and books. But you see it all in person. I am envious. Everything is so lush and green, bursting with life. I like to take photos of reflections in water too. Thanks for sharing such lovely photos.

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  13. Gosh i cant remember if i hit the publish button, Beautiful photos Tatyana, its the sort of thing i only see in gardening magazines and books, it is all so lush and green. I also like to take photos of reflections in the water. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

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  14. Stunning photographs of a beautiful garden! Thanks for always sharing such inspiring images!

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  15. The Butchart Gardens must be the most intimidating gardens in the world - SO many plants SO well groomed! Lovely pics, Tatyana, thanks for sharing! Jack

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  16. The Butchart Gardens must be the most intimidating gardens in the world - SO many plants SO well groomed! Lovely pics, Tatyana, thanks for sharing! Jack http://sequoiagardens.wordpress.com (my wordpress comments are not being accepted)

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  17. Wow, the photos are like something out of Nania. A garden like that must take a lot of work and good soil. Lovely.

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  18. Surely one of the world's prettiest gardens! I have dreamed of visiting there. Thanks for a peek!

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  19. Thank you everyone! I have hundreds more of the Butchart Gardens' pictures, and will try to show the best of them.

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  20. Stunning, Tatyana ... October glory!

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  21. Tatyana, I love the last photo: a combination of fresh bright green and dark wood!

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  22. Absolutely mouth-watering, Tatyana! I wish I could get my garden to look half as lovely.

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