AUSTRALIA: Spring time!

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AUSTRALIA: Spring time!

#1 Post by bluesime »

I love Australia in Spring because that the time when Jacaranda blossom.
It's a native Australia tree. The first time when I saw this tree, I think I fall in love with Australia. Later on, I was dating my hubby around the same time of Jacaranda blossom. I have a lot of great memories around this beautiful tree!

Me and my hubby took our girls - Ray and Soleil - to Hyde Park and Sydney Town Hall yesterday.
Hope you enjoy the photos. And sorry in advance for my late response. My internet slow down to 64KB now (>_<)!







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#2 Post by melissa »

Beautiful pics Blue. Your girls look so pretty and romantic at this spot. Ray looks like she is Soleils big sister. :)

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#3 Post by yoof san »

What a sweet love story! And now you're sharing this love with your beautiful Momokos... :kissy:

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#4 Post by Chuplayer »

The alternate Summer Menuette clothes! They're more spring-like. Appropriate for this time of year in the land down under.

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#5 Post by teddybear4me2 »

Lovely story, lovely girls and the blossoms on Jacaranda tree are so lovely Image
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#6 Post by Mikan »

That is a beautiful tree ... does it have a scent, too?
Lovely pictures!!

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#7 Post by nataluna »

i had always seen the name Jacaranda but never knew what it looked like. very cool!

i also like how the momokos have an "opposites attract" sort of vibe going on.

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#8 Post by bluesime »

Thank you so much everyone for your kind words and lovely comments.
Jacaranda is really a magical tree like Jackie said. You can't see anything in the street and then only in one night, all of sudden the whole tree turn purple. It's quite remarkable moment!! :D It does sound like our love :D hehe

Thank you :) I agree with you that Ray and Soleil are good sister. Accidentally, their names go well together too. They are both make out of light and sunshine.

Hugs ^_^. I'm happy to have momoko in my life!

Chuplayer: ^_^What a comment! You sound like a philosophical young man! ^^

Dana: ^^Thank you so much Dana! Love the big red heart ^^

Mikan: Thank you Mikan. Hugs! It doesn't have any scent as far as I remember. ^^

Natalia: You're so sharp! My hubby also love the opposites attract between these two girls too ^^

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#9 Post by Marce »

Wonderful pics bluesime Your dolls are beautiful here, very pretty pics!!

Marce :)

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#10 Post by bluesime »

Thank you Marce :) Me, Ray and Soleil hug you back :3

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#11 Post by bo_anders »

Wonderful to see your sweet warm spring pictures here! (and all the rest on Flickr)
I'm sitting here on a frosty autumn morning shivering since I've turned down the electric heaters a bit to save money *brrrr*

But your pictures warm me up and also make me daydream about walking in the park hand in hand... :)

(I hope your Internet connection recovers and speeds up)

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#12 Post by bluesime »

You're so sweet! :3
I think you don't need the heaters anyway because you have such a warm heart!
I hope my internet speed up soon too!!

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