That looks like a beautiful garden with the flours in bloom.
Nice to see almost a flower bed, rather than strappy leaves.
Bill - the gardens look wonderful at the moment - once we got past the withering dry, heat of Jan and Feb.
Andrew - It's a beautiful old-fashioned garden with canna lilies and roses and fountains and even an orchid hot house.
What a lovely sight for sore eyes after so many years of drought!
Jayne - they've kept the park going over the drought with recycled treated water but it just isn't the same as when we get real live rain!
I have only just found your blog, and love your photos !(you visited me, but blogger is a bugger, doesn't keep track).Love Clarrie, obviously a car of character.
TR - I DID visit your blog - it's one I really enjoy.Did you realize I'm the same person that has "the shed"?Clarrie is a most fabulous little car.(I think he may need a big brother or sister - I'm thinking a Kombi).
Lovely photo. It wouldn't be the same without Clarrie!
Thanks Cushyco.Clarrie is the best.Have a look here for his official introduction:http://freefallingskyward.blogspot.com/2010/03/isnt-he-cutest.html
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