The Japanese Garden

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It's on the estate of the Clingendael institute. The folder is the last pdf link on the bottom.

This is how it looked this morning. All piX are unedited from the small jpgs, I see I have to reduce contrast during RAW processing.

The only thing missing is the wedding scenery. Who knows.

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Close to the villa we observed quarrelling herons:

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drizzle
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I loooooo:!!)ooooove Japanese gardens, definitely the best. WOW great pics Andre, thanks a lot for sharing those, it did take me to a whole different atmosphere. :!!)
 
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Fantastic pics Andre
 
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Love the arched bridge framing the wisteria! Monet would have been in heaven is such a garden.
 
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lisab
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Love the arched bridge framing the wisteria! Monet would have been in heaven is such a garden.
That caught my eye too!
 
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...The only thing missing is the wedding scenery. Who knows?..

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of course I had plans to make that happen and it worked, but I wasn't there myself to make it happen. But finally after three months, the official pix are in.

My bunch :approve: Ruud and Patricia. (pic by John)

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