Peter Pan and Posy

We spent a little bit of time in Queens Park at Invercargill today and as we walked the main path that runs straight-as-a-dart through the Gardens, I noticed the Peter Pan statue had a pretty rhododendron flower posy in his hands. It looked really sweet so I attempted to take photos and struggled with bright light and reflection. I only took two photos and both turned out surprisingly well. Taken with my cellphone.

Queens Park, Invercargill, Southland, New Zealand

Tinker Bell is sitting on Peter’s shoulder and whispering into his ear!



Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2018)

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  1. Beautiful rhododendrons – one of the things I miss here, in this part of England. (We had lovely rhodies in our garden in Scotland.)

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      1. Ooh yes, I understand exactly what you mean! There were a lot of laurels in the garden here and we got rid of all but one because they were such big depressing lumps! I prefer to see the changes in deciduous trees and shrubs or for evergreens to be a bit more graceful.

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