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  1. I spent a really warm afternoon here in January. I enjoyed your photos as they reminded me of my visit 🙂

    1. I hope it was lovely in the summer, I haven’t usually gone other times of the year. I’m glad it brought back some good memories. Thank you Kevin.

  2. Gorgeous series, Leanne. Your backlit trees, the detail shots of the charming figurines and architecture tell the story of this lovely spot.

    1. Thank you Jane, I love getting trees like that. The miniature village is really beautiful and the carving in the tree is quite amazing. They are characters from a famous Australian book for children.

  3. Wow, I would love to visit this beautiful garden, Leanne! So beautiful. ❤️🇦🇺😊

    1. You should go back there, Leanne. Your photography is so beautiful. ☺️☺️

    2. Is it Autumn there now? Autumn is underway in the Mojave Desert way but the deciduous trees haven’t dropped any leaves yet.

    3. No John, it is Spring here now. We are the opposite to you with the seasons. That happens here some years, especially if we have a hot summer that goes on and on.

    4. no problem John, I think we are more used to it than you, people do forget that everything is opposite in the southern hemisphere, so no need for apologies.

  4. I liked the small neighborhood gardens in Melbourne. Reminded me of NYC. However, when I lived there, NYC gardens were a patch of green and benches.

    1. I visited quite a few of those gardens in NY, Riverside, Central Park, Bryant Park and Battery Park, all really beautiful. I love parks in cities. Did you see any while you were here? The park in this post is really big, not as big as Central Park, but big for us. Thank you Anne.

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