in the last of the light, when the garden gets away...










i love my nana's garden. it was so wonderous when i was a child, with it's stream, and white bridge,
and it's orchid house. i would drink lemonade and look for ducks...and i love how every year
it gets a little more decayed. but my nana's garden makes her sad. it was her pride and joy and now she is too old.
it begins to look like 'grey garden' ...but that wouldn't be a compliment to my nana!

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6 comments:

sam said...

oh I love these.....I can just imagine the wonderment you would have felt as a child in that garden.....it was like that for me in the hoodies garden. an enchanted jungle garden. can we please play this week kitten? I just now moved in to town. in a little sea side cottage (only its not by the sea, it just feels that way inside. we are in mt cook) we arrived an hour ago and its gorgeous. and bobby D is playing , and Amry is making dinner and I'm drinking wine painting my nails , not believing i'm allowed to do that because i no longer have home work....hehe ,i really aught to have written you an email now! sorry.....let me know what day you are free kitten and we can go play. meow. miss you and can't wait till wednesday xxxx your raffe roo

sam said...

p.s lordy I'm sorry for such a long comment.....x

Jazzy E (hivenn) said...

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rachel_ said...

oh gosh the sad beauty of it!!

jokemijn said...

i love the two last pictures, it's so monumental. I hope she can manage to take care of smaller things and find joy in those.

Zayna Daze said...

i love the textures, all the dead leaves make me feel rather nostalgic.

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