You'll find me in the flowering fields.

by - 10:01 PM

 This day was marked with copious photo's, flowers and sun. Everywhere we where filled with array's of flowering buds and Araluen was jeweled with colourfull petals. The first stop was a cafe where we were greeted with adorning purple hanging, stalk like flowers - where we drank rich coffee and chai latte + filled our tummies.
 The day, the flowers - all of it reminded me of a childrens book written by Shirley Barber.


For rows and rows were abundances of tulips. From vibrant yellow to pink to a dark velvet purple.The garden's had many people in a trance - many taking photos, petting and guiding the small children around. The sun was strong warming up, a small reminder of the passing seasons - spring to summer. Passing time was in a blink of an eye and the day was a unforgettable memory.

It llowed me to really just forget the hassle of everyday life, stress and school. A clean break. The day was full of travelling through lillies, roses, wildflowers and tulips that time didn't even exist. When our feet where tired and our throat's parched we headed to the cafe again and ate small sweet cakes and coffee with whipped cream to rejuvinate our energy.


 Finally he sun began to set and winds became chilly so we headed back one again, passing over hills and a blur of trees we were back to the brick houses, busy streets and our usual life.
Sometimes it's important to take a break from it all.

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7 comments

  1. Wowow those photos are so good, looks amazing! x

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  2. Love these photos! Your hat is perf too xo
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  3. lovely!! what camera do you use?

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  4. I would really to address you by name but you seem to have written under anonymity. No matter, for I am still going to comment on how I absolutely loved the dramatic use of language in this post. It's not very often I come across a fellow Chinese who writes with such stylistic English. What a lovely post!

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    1. Thankyou so much! I love your blog and writing as well. As for name I'm Aiko (& actually not Chinese) but thank you for stopping by :)

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