Rural landscapes: a walk through the flowers

BUTCHART GARDENS, NEAR VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA

This 55-acre National Historic Site, on Canada’s west coast, attracts visitors from around the world. It’s truly an incredible place — and this comes from someone who’s not a huge flower fan. It’s easy to spend an entire day checking out all the gardens here. Nikon D90, polarizing filter.

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Butchart Gardens Canada Victoria flowers

 

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6 thoughts on “Rural landscapes: a walk through the flowers

  1. Lovely! We considered going here last summer when we were in Victoria, but found the price tag to get in a bit high. Was in worth the entrance fee did you find?

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