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We do all our need gardens (read as breathing holes) to relax or have breaks
either to our brains catch up with our bodies or bodies catch up with our brains
we all know that they do not move at the same speed.

Ornamental gardens are very beautiful and very organized
absolutly full respect, but not exactly my taste
beyond roses and cacti – then the wild sceneries are my favorite gardens

Roses and cacti in a wonderful way reminds about women
very beautiful and fragrant with thorns – said with a huge twinkle in the eye.

With the inspiration from Ailsa and her absolutly worth visting blog

Where’s my backpack?
this is my version of the travel theme this week “Gardens


Danish moorland.

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French paradise.

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A beautiful garden sometimes including water.

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A garden, where nature said the last word.

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Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, England.

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A garden, where nature said the last word too.


Provence, a place for people with huge noses, know why..?

28 tanker om “Horticulturalist

  1. This is a great theme and a wonderful link. My garden is one of my favourite places. Lots of wild things going on there with stacks of fallen branches for nesting and hedgehogs, old trees,, young bushes, vegetables and wild flowers growing side by side,. When I was a student and had to live in a city I made a miniature garden in a small fish tank and every day I could get my hands ‘dirty’ and watch the seasons changing. Thanks for the wonderfully varied photos.

  2. That’s right … lure me in with the bench. 😉
    Lure me into this lovely post, and captures. 🙂
    However, the last pic is .. kind of beyond words. so gorgeous, like a gown.
    By the way, my friends say I’m wild, like a garden out of control. 😎 Okay, maybe they mean an overgrown weedy garden, nonetheless!

  3. Wonderful photos, particularly that of Provence landscape and French paradise.. and you know I’m a bit too much fan of France 😉

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