Me-Now-Views; The OZ Venture

Here are the gratuitous garden shots from Sydney's Chinese Gardens of Friendship. Eric loved it. He said he wanted to go again...






























































































































































































15 comments:

  1. What a lovely tour of the Japanese gardens. Beautiful images. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  2. that bought back memories - we visited there when we went back a few years ago

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  3. {{{SIGH}}} we love the Gardens... so BEAUTIFUL and interesting and EASY on the Eyes... {{{SIGH}}} we would love to have been there to See and HEAR it fur ourselves... butt you gave us the next bestest thingy... YOUR view of the beauty.

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  4. What a lovely place to visit. Beautifully designed gardens with water features are so special.

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  5. Crikey ... fudge sure worked overtime there, aye? Mum hasn't been there for about 87 million years. She says she must go and have a look when next in Sydney.

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  6. So beautiful and green, in case you didn't know green is my favorite color.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  7. How wonderful to find such and serene place next to high rise buildings. The sound of the water had to be so tranquil. I would love to stay and just meditate.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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  8. Wow, those shots are magnificent, brilliant and beautiful!

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

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  9. Beautiful. Reminds me of the gardens I enjoyed in Tokyo.

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  10. How lovely! I love the waterfall!! The shot of the gardens framed by the circular entrance is just beautiful!!

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  11. I love gardens. I will get so many ideas and then I come home and mow the grass and that's it!

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  12. it's so great to travel with you... how wonderful that I can read about your adventures via your blog... it's a little like being there with you :o)

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  13. Beautiful, gorgeous, serene place and lovely photography ~ I would go again too!

    Wishing you a joyful week, ^_^

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  14. Absolutely beautiful. I can almost hear the relaxing sounds of that waterfall. Cheers!

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