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As the colder months close in I'm searching for summer touchstones, memories to store away and take out now and again to keep the promise of warmer days to come. I think I'll be scrolling through these images over and over. Bright sun, amazing views of Sydney, intimate garden. By Peter Fudge Gardens.
It's the last hoorah of summer. The warm sun is hanging on stubbornly but the days are getting shorter and the cool air nips at night. And as a perfect summer slips away I find myself looking for a talisman to hold on to, a memory of these halcyon days to help me through the winter. I think these images of a Coogee, Sydney garden by landscape designer William Dangar might just pull me through.
The best of both worlds. A bushland setting back from the ocean. A tree change with easy access to a sea change. The location is Flinders, a town south of Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula. I'm still stalking but instead of rolling waves it's rolling hills. The house is by b.e. architecture and now leaves me with a conundrum. Which property will I buy from the proceeds of the bank heist I will have to pull to be able to afford either of them? Link here while it lasts.