9/15/2007

Strybing, 8:30 a.m. 15-Sep-07; Part I

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Watsonia.

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Arbutus canariensis (above and below).

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Link to Part 2.

6 comments:

verobirdie said...

I love those pictures and the atmosphere the fog creates.
Thank you for sharing them.

Carol said...

Love the fog-scapes. What a neat place to visit.

shirl said...

Hi there,

Where is this garden? What wonderful planting schemes including favourites of mine - ajuga, the black grass and other ornamental grasses. I love the tree shapes and the wooden sculptures/seats? Thanks for sharing your photos :-)

Christopher C. NC said...

Boy my fog was way thicker than that at 8:30am on September 15th. No geese though or Kahili Ginger or...

lisa said...

Great pics! The lighting is so much better on a day like that, the colors just pop IMO...thanks!

Jenn said...

Wow. That is a whole lot of gorgeous.

Nice.