Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Watery Wednesday

This is the Tom Kubota Stroll Garden. We have the lady in the gift shop at our hotel to thank for this. She told us about it the day before. We loved our time there.

The Moon Bridge is shown in all three photos.


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22 comments:

  1. So nice when a local gives you such splendid information. A lovely place indeed and the reflection of the bridge is a delight.

    I tried to leave a comment on your previous post but the feed again was not working. Our internet here is abysmal and keeps dropping out while you write. It is disheartening to say the least.
    Enjoy the rest of the week my dear.

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  2. Gardens with water always have a certain serenity about them don't they.

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  3. Beautiful garden and lovely bridge.

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  4. Another winner!


    Warm Aloha from Waikiki :)

    Comfort Spiral

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  5. beautiful lush garden...the bridge is quite romantic. great photos.

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  6. This is a lovely garden and somewhat of a Seattle secret. We have been visiting it off and on for about 15 years.

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  7. Great photos. The garden is beautiful and I love the reflections.

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  8. Gorgeous reflection in the last photo.
    What a beautiful place. I understand why you loved strolling there :)

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  9. Mmmmmmmmmmmmm, a garden like this would keep me there all day. Love the reflection of the Japanese curved walking bridge in the last photo...and the very same, hidden in the greenery above it.

    My Wednesday Photo Do stop by if you can!!

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  10. Wow Denise, this place is wonderful!Adorable bridge!
    But I could not understand the meaning of your words about "lady in the gift shop".
    Hugs and happy Wednesday
    Léia

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  11. Great pics. I love the shimmery reflection in the last one.

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  12. Oh Denise, these are great shots! Lovely place & I love that header photo too

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  13. What a refreshing and zen feel to this gorgeous garden. That reflection in the last photo is just stunning!

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  14. Hmmm... I wonder if I could do something like that with the back yard after the kids are grown.

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  15. I also liked the reflection of the bridge. Nice pictures, thanks for sharing.

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  16. Oh my! That is such a beautiful garden. We really missed a whole lot when we were in Seattle. Looks like we'll have to go back some day.

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  17. Beautiful place, the lost shot is fantastic.

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  18. the reflection on the water is simply magic
    nice day
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  19. Nice photos. Must have been a lovely walk.

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  20. I love the last one the bridge in reflection. Lovely.

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