More pruning, this time in the famous garden Korakuen in Okayama city, west Japan.
I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!
Interesting to note with the pruning, each cut has been properly sealed. How often would you see that in England?
21 Aug 2009 8:22am
@Curly: Very careful work isn't it? Thanks Curly.
Nice capture of this man at work!
21 Aug 2009 8:31am
@Standley: Thanks Richard!
A typical situation :)
He looks like my father in law ;))) I love him!
21 Aug 2009 10:53pm
@kiji: Cheers kiji!
Nice shot. I visited there and was puzzled as to why it is the third best garden in Japan. The only thing I could figure was the large open grassy areas which are unusual (actually nonexistent) in the other gardens I saw.
24 Aug 2009 7:52pm
@Steve Rice: Thanks Steve. The lawn there is the main, famous feature of the garden that puts it into the top 3, apparently. You weren't impressed by the place...?
I thought it was fine. However, I felt all the gardens I saw in Kyoto were better.
25 Aug 2009 6:33pm
@Steve Rice: Well, Kyoto's pretty famous for gardens...
Where are the prunes?
3 Sep 2009 8:37pm
@Twelvebit: Oh Twelvebit...
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