Unfortunately we chose a day when they were cleaning out a lot of their water features but this didn't deter us, we still had a pleasant time walking around and looking at the plants, quite a few of which, I believe, are native to Japan.
Of course I had to take one of my dolls with us so that I could get some doll photos too, so I brought along Sienna, my Bastian in Saffron skin by Little Cosmos Dolls. I hope you'll enjoy the photos and seeing this pretty and tranquil little space here in Malaga, southern Spain.
One of several bright red bridges that pass over the water feature...
There are loads of fish in their ponds and also a sign saying not to feed the turtles but we didn't see any, so maybe they're hibernating at this time of year.
Planting up the Poinsettias for Christmas...
Lots of bright red berries...
Thank you for visiting, I hope you enjoyed seeing this attractive and peaceful Oriental park.
Big hugs, Sharon xxx
Gorgeous photos!! We have a Japanese garden near too, but it's been closed for a long time for repairs. Every time I pass near I check, but still closed. Hope I can visit it next year!ReplyDelete
It looks like your girl had a great time too!
Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed the photos. That's a shame the garden near you is closed, maybe come the spring it'll be open to the public again?Delete
What a serene looking place to visit. I really enjoyed seeing all the different features and that bridge is quite lovely. Reminds a little of the bridge from a Korean drama I watched recently. And Sienna looks like she fits right in with the environment. Thank you for sharing the visit with us.ReplyDelete
It really is serene yes! I could have sat down in the sunshine and read a book, like a man we saw sitting there, but we had other places to go so we didn't hang about too long.Delete
Thank you for your nice comments :)
I love Japanese gardens, especially those splashes of red they add. Sienna looked very much the tourist going round and enjoying the sights.ReplyDelete
How lovely to have this garden close by :) xx
Thanks very much Dee, and yes I liked the red too, it really showed up nicely against the greenery.Delete
Your photos perfectly convey the peace and relaxing atmosphere of the Japanese garden. Sienna looks so organic in it.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much Ariadne, I'm glad you enjoyed the photos.Delete
What a wonderful backdrop the Oriental Gardens made for your photo shoot Sharon. I love the photos you took of Sienna, they are absolutely gorgeous. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you very much Sandra, I really love this girl and she's quite photogenic in her own little way. I've given her eyelashes too, so now she looks even sweeter!Delete
What a beautiful garden! I love Japanese style, so this is absolutely amazing for me! Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Your doll is also wonderful. She looks great in the garden.
Thank you Kamelia, it really is a very nice garden, I would like to go again in the spring, maybe taking another different doll this time!Delete
Thank you for this visual and beautiful trip, I enjoyed the photos! Those red bridges are amazing and your Sienna looks like she enjoyed the trip too!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much Niina for your sweet comments, I'm glad you enjoyed the photos.Delete
I wanted to respond to your comment on my blog that you asked me not to publish. Please comment with your email address,which I won't publish obviously,so I can email you.ReplyDelete
Tam I've sent the email on one of your later posts so hopefully you'll have it now.Delete
The Japanese gardens are so lovely and tranquil and also unexpected to see when I think of the beautiful Spain. How wonderful to visit and Sienna looks adorable in this setting. Thank you for sharing this beautiful garden tour. Merry Christmas dear Sharon to you and your family. ❤️🎅🏻🎁🎄 xxxxReplyDelete
Aren't they lovely gardens Ginger, I've only ever been to this one but can imagine they're all peaceful and relaxing.Delete
Thank you for your lovely comments and your good wishes xxx