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Claude Monet's garden in Giverny_France

Autumn at the Japanese Garden in Seattle.



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Roozen Gaarde, Mt. Vernon, WA

Tulip Festival

Recently in my house garden.

The Orange-Tip (male) sat on a cool but sunny morning on the not yet opened pasqueflower, which I planted in my garden in front of a natural stone wall. On the wall blooms at the time the Blue Cushion.


Neulich in meinem Hausgarten.

Der Aurorafalter (Männchen) sass an einem kühlen aber sonnigen Morgen auf der noch nicht geöffneten Blüte der Küchenschelle, die ich in meinem Garten vor einer Natursteinmauer gepflanzt habe. Auf der Mauer blüht zur Zeit das Blaukissen.


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Brisbane, Queensland

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I don't usually works with textures, but for once I thought I would try it out - because this does look like the perfect motif for a water-colour painting, and the original was... not really presentable anyway (the light was quite troublesome to work with - very bright but not sunny).


This is the great reception hall at Shibamata Taishakuten, a Buddhist temple, set in a traditional Japanese garden. You actually walk round the garden on a covered walkway of wood - you leave your shoes at the entrance and walk in your socks (as a Swede I am quite familiar to the concept of not wearing shoes indoors, but this was a new experience even for me). A very contemplative and beautiful place. The garden was created in 1965, and the reception hall dates to 1929.


Shibamata Taishakuten was founded in 1629 - but the buildings in the area are generally from the early 20th century. The inner shrine of the Taishakudo (Taishaku temple hall) was finished in 1915 and the hall of worship 1929. The temple is centred around the worship of Taishakuten (sometimes called just Taishaku - written 帝釈天 or 帝釈 respectively), the Japanese name for Sakra devanam Indra (that is, the god Indra, known from Hinduism).

Shot with the Samyang 7.5 mm

The Japanese Garden in Spring at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.


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People normally centre their photos with the path seen on the left but thought I'd try a different perspective here.

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Garden in Baroque style at the ruins of the abbaye de Villers. This was a Cistercian abbey, founded in 1146 - but it was abandoned after 1796 and the French revolution. Later on a railway was built partly over the area and this shot is taken from underneath it.

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I enjoy photographing the red bridge in the many different lights that filter through the woods at Sarah Duke gardens.

Ashford, County Wicklow 14 May 2018


Garden entrance at Diatoku-ji temple, Kyoto Japan

Cheetal Grand, Khatauli Bypass, NH 58, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh 251201, India

BayView Garden , Petoskey , Michigan

Part of the karesansui raked gravel Zen garden of Kodai-ji temple, Kyoto. Hasselblad X1D.

Garden With A View Anglesey North Wales Sept 2020


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A small garden within the grounds of Nijo Castle. Hasselblad X1D.



After the morning visit at the Moutan Botanic Centre and the lunch stop at Bagnaia we drove southward along the contryside and after driving about 1 hour we arrived at Castel Giuliano where the owners (Marquis Patrizi) of the Palazzo Patrizi open its garden to the public in occasion of the "Festa delle Rose" held once in a year (week end) during May month (otherwise the garden can be visited by groups privately upon pre-booking). Yes for me it was a real feast, in the garden there is a large variety of flowers and plants. So I'm starting a new long serie of flower.... mostly.



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SMC Pentax-M 50mm F1.7 (all shots with this lens till 95% aperture at 2.0)



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The octagonal gazebo was erected in 1930. Although no longer used for music performances, it is a favorite wedding photo spot. The bandstand is also icon and symbol of the Garden. The garden was first set up by Stamford Raffles, who was the founder of Singapore as well as being a naturalist at Fort Canning. In 2015 the Gardens was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


One of the notable landscape features of the Bandstand today is the ring of Yellow Rain Trees (Samanea saman) surrounding it. The Rain Tree usually has light green foliage, but due to a mutation, some trees produced yellow leaves and some of these plants have been re-produced by cloning.


Submitted: 22/02/2017

accepted: 11/03/2017

This is a winter garden from a month ago.

It doesn't even look like winter, more like your summer in August.


We're upside-down people and parrot in down-under world, so everything is confusing.


@Japanese Garden at Auburn Botanic Gardens, Sydney

New Mini Challenge # 162.0 ~ The Award Tree

~ October Days ~ The Award Tree ~


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