Australians appear to be very outdoorsy! Good for you!
Thats awesome winter I wish we would have that kind of weather all year around:)
What a nice way to spend some quite time. Have a good weekend.
Nice and mild winter weather. Often times, my area has this sort of winter warmth. This past winter we had record snowfalls though!Lovely relaxing photo. I liked the previous photo of the buildings too.
Looks like a great way to spend an afternoon.
'I love Chinese' The Pasha is the subject of non-stop photos, would like to see your version too, if you join the crowds that line up here.
They seem to be absorbing till the last drop of soft winter sun rays.
I immediately thought, that must be a Japanese Garden. So it's a Chinese one. I like them; they all are so beautiful and idyllic.
An intriguing shot; what are they talking about...Hope you'll take a moment to visit my photo blog: here.
Looks just beautiful. thanks for the link to the Chinese Garden of Friendship. V interesting and good to read about it.
Those are what they refer to as "memorable moments." Good capture.By the way, I posted "bugs for breakfast" for a pair of ducklings today on New OrleansDailyPhoto.com
Ok, I begrudgingly admit it is a relaxing place, but the way I feel today, I will order some Shou Mei (Old man’s eyebrows) tea ;-)
hope they had sunblock on...i remember when the sun's out in melb, even i join all my uni-mates at the lawns of Monash Uni. munching on lunch and just soaking the therapeutic golden rays.
Tnhanks for your visit on the Ajaccio DP!! see you soon!
Je vois dzs poissons au lieu de bronzer fudrait peu etre pécher pour faire une petite friture.Il n'y aura rien à manger ce soir
Ah, that photo brings back some memories. Gail & I had our photos taken at that very spot when we got married there last February.
This looks like a lovely spot to have lunch! I like the goldfish pond...
This was my favorite place in Sydney! I have so many pictures or it, and ever since being there I seek out similar style gardens whenever possible.
Just stumbled across your site... I do love the Chinese Gardens - always have... so relaxing and peaceful... I was just there in January with all the nieces/nephews... it was great to get back home (I am an expat in the US)... take care