Saturday, July 26, 2014

Scenes from the Music in the Gardens Tour

As promised, here are more pictures from the Music in the Gardens Tour on Long Beach Peninsula.

The Goelz Garden








The Garden of Ron Barclay





The Garden of Steve McCormick and John Stephens






The Garden of Darla Baxter







The Garden of Ed Strange




The Garden of John and Cheryl Pells






The Seal House Garden


13 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning, all of them.

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  2. I really missed out on the last garden and not going back to the back. Love the shot with the crocosmia in the meadow. All your shots are great, but that one really is well composed!

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  3. It looks like a great tour. My attention immediately focused on the rusty metal creation shown in the McCormick/Stephens garden. I liked the wood block pathway in the Pells garden too. (Why, oh why, didn't I hold onto pieces of the Eucalyptus tree when it was cut down?)

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  4. The rusty sculpture set against the wall of the same color really grabbed my attention. And that last photo is calendar material, with the single 'Lucifer' against the sea of grass.

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  5. There's something special in all of them. Those log steps are a particular favourite though!

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  6. So many extra ordinary interesting gardens, but last picture is most beautiful.

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  7. Killer view in garden number one ! I looked up this tour on line, and what a nice concept pairing live music with a stroll through the gardens.

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  8. What a stunning set of gardens! I really love the crocosmia along the bridge and the lovely wooden stepping stones leading up to it.

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  9. How very lovely! I really like that bench with the orange and floral pillow. What a great series of images.

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  10. Beautiful! Lots of great gardening ideas.

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