Friday, February 5, 2010

Tasmania - Gardens.

One of the nicest gardens I have ever seen.

** "Davine Time" update - even though my me time today would probably not be called "FUN" it was very pleasurable for me to finally finish a couple of things I had put of long enough.


  1. There's nothing like finishing tasks that have hung over your head! Very happy feeling!

    Those gardens are just so lovely. One of the reasons I was trying to emigrate to Australia when younger was my love of the flora. So many of the "new" offerings from our seed companies are from the incredible plants of Australia.

  2. Oh now that picture is just fan dam tastic. I will use this photo for my meditation today. How lovely, peaceful, and drop dead gorgeous. Sorry, I don't have an opinion.
    BTW, yeah for you getting stuff done that have grown with time. Sometimes my "put offs" even take on names and addresses, LOL. It feels so good huh? My mermaid is done......I will post photos this afternoon when the light is better and would love your opinion. And I know you will give me honesty not flowery stuff.

  3. That's Beautful. Just got back from a trip to Tassie and loved it.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

  4. It looks like you took a stroll through paradise.
    Great picture. Glad you got stuff accomplished today.
    Have a fun weekend.

  5. Davine, walking through this wonderful garden, would that not be considered "me" time? It is so beautiful and serene, how could one not have heavenly me time just being there?

    Wonderful photo!

  6. Davine, looks stunning serene gardens. Lovely!
    A good feeling when you've finished something that's been hanging on for a while.
    I keep putting off decorating at the moment.
    But it will get done. I did look at the paint chart today, so I suppose that's a step in the right direction lol
    Enjoy your weekend!

  7. ohhh yum all that green.... i crave the green and flowers... looks totally gorgeous

  8. The gardens are just beautiful, they're like something out of a fairy tale. I loved Tassie and went back again last year to do the west coast. After the first time we went there I used to joke if I had to do an assignment on Tassie, I'd get an A+.
    Eltham is on the turn-off when I go to the Yarra Valley through Diamond Creek and Wattle Glen. I live in Avondale Heights.
    Melbourne Daily Photo


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