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Hari OMGreat stick insect... but the boat is the winner for me this week! YAM xx
Beautiful place. So nice photos.Have a nice week ahead.
Beautiful shots! Looks like a great place for a holiday - or to live!
Love kiwi fruit. It would be interesting sometime to hear more about this!
Absolutely stunning GREEN photos. Wow those ferns!!!!
...great images, #5 is my favorite!
I love the randomness of your photos. And my goodness, I had no idea about the Kiwi fruit plants! amazing! Happy travels!
Lovely photos. I especially like your picture of the schooner at low tide, and the next photo. Looks like a great vacation.
A friend used to grow kiwis (in Oregon) kind of as an experiment -- I remember he needed both male and female trees and of course harvested only a handful. I did not know how they were grown (for real harvest). Sort of like tall heavy grape vines , very carefully ordered. You had a great vacation!
Beautiful spots you visited on your vacation, Betty! Love you showed how kiwi is grown. How they support the plants makes perfect sense! I have a love for coastal areas, and it looks like you do too! Thank you for showing these beautiful places to All Seasons! Have a great week, Blog Friend:)
The ferns...wow! Then the rocks above the fence!And so good to find out about kiwi fruit...something I've always enjoyed but never investigated.KayAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
I've never thought about how Kiwi fruit is grown but now I'm intrigued! Lovely photos of your trip! Hugs, Diane
Beautiful places and photos !
Beautiful! I like the fifth photos best!Have a wonderful week!
Lovely photo set, I especially like the top of the ferns. I can't quite figure out what's going on with the kiwi trees but interesting enough to find out more about the process.
interesting shots. Is that ship on dry land??
Cool set of images overall. I, too, like that #5 shot with the posts and walkway curving around and back. That's also an interesting collection of different trees...very nice...
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