Life is too short to be bored

This last week I took a trip to Quarry Hill Botanical Garden in Glen Ellen. Quarry Hill is a world renowned Asian themed garden that was all started from wild seed. It’s a great and unique collection. This is a slideshow of my photos from the trip. Lots of macro shots.

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Comments on: "Quarry Hill Botanical Garden in Pictures" (4)

  1. blackcloudbrew said:

    Um…where is the video? I’m getting a does not exist from your site.

    • Thank you Black Cloud Brew for bringing this to my attention. I think I fixed it. Hope you enjoy.

      • Much better. Lovely images of the place. I’ve never been but there is an upcoming photo shoot there that I may participate in. Thanks for sharing this and the music is quite appropriate as well.

  2. Quarryhill Botanical Garden in Glen Ellen looks like a great and serene place to visit specially now on Spring. Beautiful photos, I really enjoy them! 🙂

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