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Friday, 7 February 2014

Bristol - Autumn / Fall

One of the things I tend to notice and pay attention to in any place I go to is the flora and fauna. That ranges from just how Green a place is both in terms of vegetation and in terms of ecological friendliness/consciousness. This ranges from the number, size and accessibility of public gardens, forests, nature reserves and even median strip plantings and private gardens.

Cantock's Close

So when I first arrived in Bristol I was pleased to see that it was a reasonably Green city with quite a lot of large trees, parks and wooded areas. This small garden is one of my favorite ones especially when it is in full bloom.

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