Japanese Garden In Australia

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  1. 2Stupid2Duck

    2Stupid2Duck TPF Noob!

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    Feedback appreciated (just remember this is a lame ozzie copy of a Japanese Garden. They don't seem to grow so well in our damn heat!)

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Is that what nature looks like NOW in Ozzy-land?

    How I envy you!
     
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    LOL. It was last weekend. Mate - we are sweltering over here. In most of my shots, I had to turn down the exposure because the sun is so bright. If I can get some more comments - I will post you another shot which shows what it's really like here - I call it "Desert"
     
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    i like the rock bridge... if i were you, i'd spend a lot of time around that place probably, looks nice and peaceful :cool:
     
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    I'm all on board with the rock bridge too, very inviting ... good job!
     
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    Looks like we are all in favour of the rock bridge.That may be a nice place to hang around on a hot day but I wouldn't dunk my head in the water to cool down :pale: :D
     
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    LOL. Reminds me of an old dishwashing add...

    Pretty green. You know you're soaking in it?

    See that's the trouble with where I live. It's so hot that any water that stands still for 2 seconds ends up green.
     
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    Looks lush and relaxing - very beautiful. :D
     

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