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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Roses - did I get any? No

I finally got a rose photo from Lynettea's ginko at the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. But she didn't bring me any roses.
'Well, here is a nice photo for you, Diamond of some roses.'
'You can't smell digital photos,' I said, 'they don't even smell of photo paper. And the computer doesn't smell attractive. It smells like metals and I don't think too much of that glowing light can be good for you. Not if you use the computer all the time. Perhaps if you let me have a go now and then you wouldn't strain your eyes!'
Here is a photo of the Bicentennial Conservatory. There were no cats in there, although they do have some birds and some butterflies. Cats weren't even allowed to buy tickets to go in.
Lynettea saw a tiny dog on the bus today. I wonder if cats are allowed to buy tickets to go on the bus.


TK said...

Funny though, i can almost smell them. Very pretty picshurs.

Kari said...

Our mum loves gardens. She used to live within driving distance of Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA, USA. They keep cats in the Conservatory and DuPont house as part of the staff! They are all quite charming. Mum always said cats make a garden come alive. There is a lovely book called "Cats and Their Gardens" you might like.

meowmeowmans said...

Well, it IS a pretty picture of a rose, Diamond, so at least there's that. I think they would sell a bus ticket to a brilliant cat (such as you).

We hope you and Lynettea have a nice weekend!

meemsnyc said...

Those are pretty roses!

Diamond said...

thank you for leaving some comments. I try to visit everyone on their blog, but Kari does not have a blog that I can find, so I must say 'hello' to her here and 'thanks for visiting'.