The Swiss Gardens~ part 2

Part 1.

The Swiss garden tour begins here, though really we just wandered around being amazed at the scope of it, so many odd things to see that you don’t expect in a garden, and everywhere was beautiful.

dog heads on benches were a thing we saw in yesterdays post, here’s another one

but eagles were a bit of a thing too

only one lion spotted though (do they have lions in Switzerland one wonders,)

and a fishy fountain looking grumpy as there isn’t any water

and then there’s this huge urn

and another

and a font parked up

and to end today, some real live ducks.

Stay tooned for follies and more next time.

 

 

 

16 Comments

  1. My kind of garden!

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  2. Gorgeous…haha..love the eagles, the first one looks like its flashing and the other statue looks like its jumping out to give someone a fright 😀

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  3. Lush greens indeed, FR. Green enough to fall into.
    No Lions on Switzerland, but they can wish…
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Wow, thats awesome!

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      1. The only reason I know it exists is because it featured in a fiction book I read. I had never heard of it/knew it existed before that.

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  4. Dog heads on benches! Now I’ve seen everything 😉

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    1. I do hope not! Cheers Jay.

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  5. […] Part 1                   Part 2 […]

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