nature, Photography Spring in the Japanese Garden Apr 10, 2023 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 12 Comments It has been nice to have a break from the north to enjoy some spring weather. The water fountain in Penticton’s Japanese garden. ￼Situated next to Okanagan Lake, it’s always a relaxing spot, rain or shine. Happy Monday. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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A good place to de-stress in.
Agreed- it’s such a lovely spot to relax. There are a lot of fish in the pond and just watching them is very calming. Cheers.
It looks so peaceful Lynette. Happy Monday. Allan
It really is a very tranquil spot. The rhododendrons are going to start blooming soon and I hope to see them when I’m back at the end of May. Cheers.
It looks so comfortable and civilized.
It really is a very tranquil and serene spot.
It looks like a beautiful place.
It definitely is a very calming and relaxing spot for a break.
I’m such a fan of Japanese gardens. Sounds like you’re enjoying the warmer weather and early days of spring. It’s feeling like summer here in southern Ontario this week. It’s supposed to reach a high of 25C this afternoon and 28C tomorrow!
Wow! 25 and 28! We are around 15 – 17 in the Okanagan at this point. Yes, I am hugely enjoying this weather break; it has been so great. It’s coming to an end though, as I’ll be back at work next week. The worst of the winter weather is over up there, but it won’t settle until mid-May or so.
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This appears to be the other side of that garden you shared recently? It’s a lovely and peaceful spot to linger.
I have looked for your comment but it seems to have disappeared!
Yes, this is the other side of the same garden. I do find it peaceful and relaxing, even in winter. Cheers.