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Wisteria

Gore Hill Cemetery, established in 1868, can be found in the northern Sydney suburb of St Leonards. It’s a marvellous retreat from the city bustle that surrounds it, and when I worked nearby I often went for a wander on my lunch hour. In spring, the wisteria tumbles exuberantly over old worn gravestones. These photos are from last spring.

The tree with yellow flowers in Golden Wattle.

The tree with yellow flowers is Golden Wattle.

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5 thoughts on “Wisteria

  1. I have just spent an hour in a cemetery trying to track down a particular grave. Views were fabulous overlooking the sea, but no pretty flowers like these and definitely a LOT colder!!

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