Rural landscapes: a walk in spring glory

BUTCHART GARDENS, BRENTWOOD BAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA

This 55-acre tourist attraction, crafted out of a limestone quarry, is a National Historic Site of Canada and employs 50 full-time gardeners. It’s truly a gobsmacking place to visit (and more than a million people think so each year).
The lighting was harsh and difficult when I made this picture (cloudy conditions would have been better), but a lot of Photoshopping made the best of the situation. Nikon D90, polarizing filter.

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