At the Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens

“A garden isn’t meant to be useful. It’s for joy.
Rumer Godden found in Power of Simple Living by Ellyn Sanna” 
 Rumer Godden

The Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens in Daylesford, Australia is an amazing garden built on top of an extinct volcano. If I had known this, in the light of recent volcanic eruptions in New Zealand and in the Philippines, I would have been a bit hesitant to go there. However, in having said that, this place is so enchanting with it’s beautiful collection of plants and foliage and sculptures.

This week, I am sharing these photos for :

CEE’s FOTD Photos Challenge- Wombat Hill Botanical and for Sunshine’s Macro Monday Photo Challenge – Macros at Wombat Hill

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