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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Japanese Garden at the Butchart Gardens. Part 1


Please, enjoy the pictures of this tranquil Japanese garden, part of the famous Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.





















To be continued...

***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS

22 comments:

  1. These garden's look so lush and green they are a lot bigger than the small one i visited on the weekend and they have more of a traditional Japanese element to them. Very nice Tatyana.

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  2. Suprb photography and stunning garden Tatyana!

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  3. Умиротворяюще.Прекрасно.Чисто.

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  4. Such beautiful photos. I like Japanese gardens. I've been to Tokio when the cherrytrees were blooming and it was awesome.

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  5. Tatyana, beautiful garden, thank you for sharing the photos! I love the Niwaki tree, I think it's a pine.

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  6. What a peaceful, tranquil world of green with those gorgeous accents of red. Just magnificent!

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  7. The shapes and textures in this garden are wonderful. They are really the masters of tranqulity.

    Eileen

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  8. I love the Japanese garden there. I especially love the water features...there is just something special about running water in a garden!

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  9. beautiful photo Tatyana, thanks for sharing, Frances

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  10. What a serene garden! I love the trees with the twisty limbs as well as all the various shades of green. I've never been to British Columbia and would love to go.

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  11. Very special Tatyana, reminded me of some of the areas in Tatton Park

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  12. beautyfull garden. This pics are so lovely

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  13. Love the moss and the wonderful branching patterns, your photography is beautiful...

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  14. Oh my! Such a peaceful and beautiful garden. Your photographs are always incredible Tatyana! Do you use photoshop or some other program to work on your photos? Do you shoot jpeg or raw? I'm curious because I'm new to digital photography.

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    1. outlawgardener, -I don't use photoshop; -it's jpg. -Windows photo editor can be helpful sometimes. Good luck!

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  15. Thank you for this lovely tour! I love Japanese Gardens. The trees seem to speak their own language with all of that form and style.

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  16. Awwwwwwwww Butchart is on my bucket list! I'm going to see it one day!

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  17. Stunning! I'm so glad I'm your Blotanical friend so I could see this amazing virtual tour. Thank you!

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  18. Beautiful Tatyana brings back happy memories.

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  19. Thank you for sharing this tranquil beauty!

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