Glorious Mica Grange in Autumn 2017

Castlemaine’s glorious autumn weather continued over Easter and Mica Grange looked at its shiniest best when I visited on Easter Saturday. The country from the slopes of Mt. Alexander down the Sutton Grange Valley was bathed in bright sunshine.

The roses were in fine form.

 

 

 

The rose hips glowed.

There were potted delights.

 

 

Deciduous trees were clothed in their autumn glory.

 

The orchard and tubs growing vegetables were full of abundance.

 

 

The sculptures and garden art were delightful.

The autumn sculpture exhibition will feature in my next post about Mica Grange.

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5 Responses

  1. What a lot of treats you photographed.

    • Hi Susan, It is always a treat visiting Mica Grange.

  2. Such beautiful light showing in the flowers Margaret. Lovely to know the weather was particularly pleasant for you over Easter. Autumn sunshine is such a treat. I’m really enjoying it here too.

    • Thank you, Gail. The weather is turning now with tomorrow being 11 degrees Celcius. So out will come the winter clothing.

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