Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Korean Garden @ Morning Calm (part 12)
Finally, we reached the farthest section of the garden: Korean garden.
Pond dominates the garden with its pavilion in the center under which fish sort of decorating its existence.
Lotus and other plants are visible enough for viewers to see through the water.
Well, it's man-made, of course. What else.
even so, it's still attracting viewers to flock into this place, right?
If only we'd been patient enough to wait another week before going here, we would've been able to see more colorful rendition of autumn.
this time of the day would've been more than enough to show us
what autumn might look like during the peak season.
As the saying goes, you'll never know when you'll be able to see what you want until you made up your mind to go see it.
so, we did.
In fact, the not-that-autumn-Korean pond as the brochure suggested was more than enough to satisfy our eyes' hunger for autumn foliage.
As for the kids, they're happy enough to play around the garden.
Even when it's not in their best interest.
Until..of course..they saw much more interesting things that might capture their heart.