A few days ago, Honour McMillan had a post about Keisei, a Japanese garden. In my old blog I had a series on Japanese gardens so I thought this might be a nice continuation for this blog. I didn’t have a lot of time but I hopped on Honour’s SLURL and headed over there with Leanna to poke around.
Leanna and I arrived in Keisei and found
we had way to many choices, but the determined
Miss LeLe headed off and I followed.
Leanna and I got separated but I heard some screams
and found her in some cottage, all tied up!
Then I wandered into a trap too.
And there they were, the cherry trees and the great landscapes.
This is a very beautiful place which I would like to photograph again, but maybe stay out of those traps we fell into. Actually, they weren’t actually traps. Yuks! Leanna and I talked about how someone comes up with a plan to build such a lovely landscape. I think it’s like with my gardens, someone had experiences that formed the vision. They kept working on it till it was right.
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I’m glad to see you there, its a lovely place that as many i only had the chance to enjoy when i heard the sad news!
I wish Linden Lab would recognize the importance of some regions and never let them disapear, but my faith in SL is not on its Board but rather on its users and some dedicated and beloved workers (Torley but not only!)
GEEZ… I misspelled Honour’s name in the title! I need an editor. Sorry Honour. Fixed it.