Oamaru Gardens, Early Spring

Oamaru Public Gardens, East Otago, New Zealand.

Photos taken 05 September 2019 (the last photos from our visit to Oamaru).

Early spring bulbs flowering by a woodland path.


Nigel walking along the path. Bulbs were flowering all along the path.


We walked as far as this blaze of yellow daffodils. Taken by Nigel.

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Another shot of the same daffodils, taken by me.


Pond reflections; lower down in the gardens. Taken by Nigel.


Text by Liz, photos by Liz and Nigel; Exploring Colour (2019)

15 thoughts on “Oamaru Gardens, Early Spring

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    1. Willows are starting to green now. Just this morning Nigel took photos of weeping willows near the river in Gore because we thought they looked so pretty by the river as we drove by. I asked him to try and get a “By the rivers of Babylon” kind of shot ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. beautiful photos, wonderful place and very strange for us think about September as spring. My cousin lives in Australia and when she comes in Italy for Xmas and tell us that there is summer….! have a wonderful Spring, dear!

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    1. Thank you! Many years ago we spent our honeymoon in Italy, including Christmas. Very cold but we drank lots of hot chocolate.. never tasted better! Very beautiful and the streets are quiet at that time – even in Venice! We had a week in Venice (a month in Italy in total).

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  2. I’m planting daffodils at the moment so this is an incentive to keep going and get it finished. Love the pond photo – what a beautiful garden! ๐Ÿ™‚

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