09 November 2011

A little stream, and some surprises

Another opportunity to share more of my archived photos from  Brunos Gardens, in Marysville, Victoria.  For Watery Wednesday #161, a tranquil setting with some magic lurking.



then a scene that seemed a little reminiscent of a painting perhaps?  You've seen it too?





I'm sure that elfin-character riding the tortoise is Bruno himself!




and lastly, a waterfall in hand


More from Brunos Gardens this post, and another here

Linking to Watery Wednesday


19 comments:

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful photos from a beautiful place!
Wish I were there.

Nadege, said...

A magical land, so beautifully captured. The girl in the boat is quite amazing.

Icy BC said...

So many awesome shots, and lovely garden decor. Beautiful photos!

Leovi said...

These sculptures are really beautiful in nature. Nice pictures.

lisa said...

This looks like a beautiful place to be Carole, and your photographs of it are wonderful!
Thank you for sharing them here.

Debbie said...

what a beautiful, magical place!! a very unusual garden, i am excited to view the pictures from prior visits!!

Artlover said...

It seems to be a nice place with exciting element.

TexWisGirl said...

how funky!

JO said...

that's a cool place! falls on hand - great!

~ Jo's Precious Thoughts ~

Genie said...

What a mystical and magical land. I would love to visit here. It would be such a treat for me. I just love everything about these shots. genie

Jan Castle said...

Such Wimsy...great pictures Carole!
Jan

Faye said...

What a magical place to visit. In the first photo I was reminded of hiking through a forest like this--including the water--early one morning in New Zealand to see penguins feeding. Thanks for bringing back this happy memory.

NatureFootstep said...

such an interesting place. I think it would be nice visiting it and see for yourself.

Thanks for visiting my butterfly blog. You gave me nice coments in there. :)

I have some memes too, if you are interested.
http://nfmemes.blogspot.com/

teh link today goes to my WW post. :)

chubskulit said...

Captured wonderfully!

My Watery post. Drop by when you get a chance, thanks!

Roberto Machado Alves said...

Great photos. The sculptures interacting with nature were fabulous. I enjoyed immensely.
Thanks for visiting my blog.

Roberto, Rio de Janeiro.

Michelle said...

Wow.. it's like being right there! You've captured the feeling beautifully.

Here by means of Watery Wednesday

Jeanne said...

Hi Carole! This looks like such an amazing place. Love your photos!

Ciccia said...

Gorgeous pictures, and the location is so impressive. I am not good at taking pictures, I have a digital camera but even so I cannot take good pictures. As I have been writing to my Australian friends here on blogworld, I would love to visit Australia, it has always been one of my favorite countries, I love open spaces and greenery. But I am terrified of flying so I don't dare get on a plane for 24 hrs. I even don't take a plane from my home in Trapani, Sicily to Rome, imagine if I could fly around the world! I am a new follower from Italy!

Ida said...

Wow this place is awesome and your photo's are just amazing.