What a stunning Garden. Great photo...http://burntofferings.blogspot.com/Happy WW!
what a beautiful gazebo. Beautiful color.
Wow, gorgeous place, gorgeous shot! Happy WW!
Hotep! Great photo!Today is the Day of Presence for the people of New Orleans. The 2-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. I've dedicated my WW post to the recovery effort of that great American city. I hope you will take a moment to view my (not so) Wordless Wednesday post.peace, Villager
Thisis so lovley it evokes summer, peace and innocence
What an elegan and classic garden. Victorian or Edwardian?
Victorian. It was built in honour of Queen Victoria.
Nice photo! Great colors and natural light. Happy WW!
Wow! That's a beautiful picture! One of these days, I would love to visit Nova Scotia!!
This picture could be straight out of a fairy tale. Can you see the little elves dancing around the gazebo?Er ... maybe it's just me? *grin*
Gazebos are some of my favorite things - lovely picture!
That's a great photo! I love the colors.
I love gazebos and rotundas of all stripes. This picture would make a really cool jigsaw puzzle.
Beautiful! I want my back yard to look just like this!
I agree, looks a beautiful place to be in x x
Oh, yay, a place I recognize. haha. Interesting that it was built for Queen Victoria, makes sense, but I did not know that.
Have you read The Birth House by ami mckay? I really liked it and it is set in Nova Scotia around the turn of the last century.
Yolanda- Yes, ma'am, I read it earlier this year.
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