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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Gazebo

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The Duke Gardens in Durham

I have seen pictures of this gazebo draped in Wisteria...can you imagine?! If I lived near this place I'd walk through it every day! For more info on the gardens Click Here

18 comments:

  1. It's a nice gazebo and a nice place to relax, I like both images, the first for the location and the second for the graphical effect.

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  2. Im sure lots of couples would have their wedding photos taken here as its so pretty!

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  3. I had no idea about these gardens! All so beautiful! Now I am making a plan to go and visit. When the wisteria is in bloom of course.

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  4. That's a nice gazebo. I imagine lots of people have their photos taken there.

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  5. I love gazebos and this one is fantastic.

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  6. What a lovely place.
    (Your second image looks a bit like one I took some days back in a similar place. We must both have enjoyed it.... on different places on the planet.)

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  7. I, too, like gazebos. We have a similar one here in Ocala at Sholom Park and I've taken similar photos there. Nicely done!

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  8. Oh la! Draped in wisteria sounds so gorgeous Tanya, but it's such a lovely gazebo in it's own right.. I'd love a small gazebo in the back garden.. stop it Grace, concentrate on the tree :)

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  9. Oh la! Draped in wisteria sounds so gorgeous Tanya, but it's such a lovely gazebo in it's own right.. I'd love a small gazebo in the back garden.. stop it Grace, concentrate on the tree :)

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  10. It is pretty even without the Wisteria!

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  11. Covered in Wisteria? That would be a lovely spot for exchanging wedding vows; LOVE!!!

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  12. I am back posting again after a very sad week, I scrolled through your photos that I missed to select one to comment on, and chose this one. It's a scene that recalls happy times as well as a place of quiet beauty.

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  13. A fine gazebo. There are two in Elizabeth Park, one in the center of the rose garden and a second in the perennial garden. They give a focus point, don't they?

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