This is a fascinating potpourri of gardens, Marja, that seem to span the globe for creative inclusions. I love the circle formed by reflections and shadows. And the sunflower reminds me of a Van Gogh painting. . What delightful sights you managed to capture in a short visit!
We have stopped there a few times, but never have time to really look. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful place. I'd enjoy spending time there.
Very beautiful, like the Italian Renaissance Garden most of all.
Ooooooooooo LOVE this! We have a similar place here called the Cultural Gardens in Cleveland. But I don't think our structures are as ornate in our gardens. BEAUTIFUL!
A wonderful tour and very diversified! I can believe that you could spend hours walking here.Thanks for sharing.
Some great photos. Thanks.
Great place, great images! I think my favourite would have to be the Italian, closely followed by the Maori.
A beautiful place! Love the variety of fantasy gardens!
Marja what absolutely gorgeous gardens....a photographers delight.I love reflections and that first photo is spectacular.Peg xxxxxx
Lovely sunflower - and that is my kind of seat. I think I will have to make one for my garden, with built-in space to rest a teapot, milk and mug! Perfection! I would only come in when it rained – or perhaps build in to it a pull-out rain cover!? ;o)
Oh, Hamilton Gardens is wonderful!Gorgeous pictures!
Nice photos - you make me want to visit.
Wow, I've never been there. Looks well worth a visit.
Wonderful photos,Marja!Such a beautiful place where you was!Groetjes,Steffi
Oh wow, Marja. What an outstanding garden. Loved the bench and what a surprise to see Marilyn Monroe brilliantly smiling in the American garden.
Lovely. Especially like the bridge's full circle. I'm missing the Dutch garden in this international garden collection ;-)
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