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August 27, 2006

Path in the Garden

Filed under: — laurenzb @ 11:20 pm


Path in the Garden, originally uploaded by laurenz.

a footpath in the beautiful Japanese “Oyakuen” garden, Aizu Wakamatsu, Japan.

One Response to “Path in the Garden”

  1. Garden Tips Says:

    Hello there! I was surfing the internet Saturday afternoon during my break, and found your blog by searching MSN for garden tips. This is a topic I have great interest in, and follow it closely. I liked your insight on Path in the Garden, and it made for good reading. Keep up the good work…

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