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Friday, August 12, 2011

Bright and Sunny at King's Park Perth

For those who had a glimpse of King's Park in my post Wild about Wildflowers in my gardening blog, here are more images that I just have to share with you. King's Park Perth on the day of my visit was just perfect. It was forecast to be the day the rains would cease for the winter, and it actually did stop raining and the sun was shining, the sky was bluer than know what I mean by that kind of perfect blue.

From the vantage point of Mt. Eliza, you can see the meeting of two rivers, the Swan and Canning River. According to the indigenous people of South-West of Western Australia, who are called the Nyoongar people, the landscapes are created by deities. They believed that the vast expanse of water formed by the confluence of the two rivers symbolises the  strength of unity  in Nyoongar culture. This part of King's Park is beautifully serene and the vast expanse of blue waters and blue skies are further matched with large spaces of green lawns and verdant trees.

Here are some of my favourite shots...

Blue Skies!

A gazebo under the shade of the tall palm tree...a tropical scene, if there ever was one.

White trunks and splotches of almost deep blue foliage against the light blue sky.

A pattern of feathery twigs...I love this.

Break free and sniff the grass...

I am going against the rule of  photography- facing the sun! This turned out to be one of my favourite photos, though.
Peeking at the city through the palm trees

Blue Waters

Above us, only clouds!!!

No jam today, hurray!!!

Contemplation and Reflection

The court of contemplation

The flame of remembrance and pool of reflection.

State War Memorial Cenotaph

Wooded Green

Kookaburra sits on the old gum tree...merry, merry king of the bush is he...

The shadow of  the trees under the noon-day sun.

Another shadow shot.

Dry leaves of the eucalyptus rustle in the breeze.

A lovely day to take a walk in King's Park, Perth.


whisper the fountain
life's secret to the child
maternal wings shield

Linking to:
Watery Wednesday
Outdoor Wednesday
Share The Joy Thursday
Skywatch Friday
Haiku Heights
Haiku My Heart


  1. Thank you for taking me along your walk in Kings Park. Your haiku is just the perfect connection with the fountain. Enjoy your weekend!

  2. What lovely travel ! Thank you for sharing the sights.
    Happy Weekend !

  3. Your entire post was a feast for the eyes and soul. Thank you!

  4. lovely. you have captured such beauty taking us with you every step of the way.

  5. Thank you for the tour of King's Park!

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