WPC: Gone, but not forgotten

Gone, but not forgotten might be a bit sad…
And it might bring some bright memories.
It also might bring us back to another life, at least that is what it seems like…

For this weeks theme I chose something personal and something from a period when I was taking photos mainly for documentation. I lived in a wonderful place on the countryside. My garden was my biggest passion. Photos were taken every year to see the differences and to plan for the next season. I miss that place a lot, even five years after I moved away from there. But I miss it with bright and joyful memories. Everything in life have it’s time and place and every new passage brings new joys and opportunities.

The best time in the garden was spring and early summer and the cherry tree blossoms where amazing:)

Of course I would like to have such a wonderful garden some other time, but till then I can enjoy my photos:)

To see more entries in the weekly photo challenge, please click on this link: Weekly Photo challenge: Gone, but not forgotten.

Time for a break?
Time for a break?
Cherry blossom
Cherry blossom
Gone, but not forgotten
Cherry blossom
Cherry blossom


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6 thoughts on “WPC: Gone, but not forgotten”

  1. y.p.

    lovely take on the theme and your former garden looks amazing 🙂

    1. Kerlund74

      Thank you:) It sure was a small paradise.

  2. Visst saknar man vissa trÀdgÄrdar som funnits i sitt liv och nu kan jag inte ens fÄ nÄgon dÄ sorken förstör allt jag gör! Skulle vara tacksam att Äter kunna ha vÀxter omkring mej men det fÄr förbli en dröm!
    God Jul och Gott Nytt År
    med en Bamsekrams hÀlsning!

    1. Kerlund74

      Ja det Àr ju sÄ att man har sina trÀdgÄrdsminnen:) Ljuva minnen. Idag odlar jag i krukor och en liteeen rabatt, men det Àr bÀttre Àn inget!
      Hoppas allt Àr bra med dig, önskar dig en God Jul, kram.

  3. Wow – what a beautiful garden you made. I especially love the cherry blossom trees.

    1. Kerlund74

      Thank you, a great place to live in. I loved the calmness that garden brought to me:)

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