Bench Series : Garden #4

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A bench at the start of the Botanical Gardens in Canberra.

Can you see the small pond alongside? It was alive with the chorus of Motor bike frogs.

To see more of the Canberra Gardens click here.

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26 thoughts on “Bench Series : Garden #4

  1. G’day Pommepal. While this is not about benches, you’re being a gardener, I thought you’d enjoy this photo of my wisteria when I lived in New Zealand https://jenniferbgrahamtravel.wordpress.com/2015/02/10/wisteria/ Sorry, I didn’t know where else to post it but here. πŸ™‚

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  2. I didn’t get to the Botanical Garden as it was raining on the day we had put aside for it! But I shall definitely have to go next time. Lovely benches, but made even more delightful by listening to those evocative motorbike frogs. Wonderful! And thank you PP πŸ™‚

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    • It is quite unique in that they only specialise in all Australian species. I particularly enjoyed the huge variety of gum trees. I think I read they had 67 named varieties.

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  4. A lovely place to sit and listen to those motorbike frogs, Pauline. πŸ™‚

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  5. They need a few of those frogs in a pond at the Harley Davidson Museum, lol! http://www.harley-davidson.com/content/h-d/en_US/home/museum/explore/exhibits.html

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  6. Well I was going to ask about the name so thanks for providing the video! Sounds a bit like a cow with a sore throatπŸ˜„

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  7. Looks a perfect bench to sit in the shade… πŸ™‚

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  8. Hey Pomme – thanks for the frog video – his sound does sound like a motor bike – and so cool to hear it as opposed to being told about it –
    I like the longggggg benches too

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  9. Reblogged this on Effervescent Francois! and commented:
    Sweet!

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  10. Hilarious!!!!! He shifts gears!!!!!

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  11. Sounds like he needs more choke..

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