A repeat post from 2014. . .
Garden pavilion over a duck and goose pond, unknown location, ca. 1900, Phillips Glass Plate Negative Collection, via Powerhouse Museum (Sydney, Australia) Commons on flickr.
I would love to see the rest of this property.
[I]t is more important for the gardener to be enchanted than for the critics to be pleased.
— Henry Mitchell, from The Essential Earthman
Three elegant gentlemen outside the homestead on Tyrrell Range farm, Chillingollah, Victoria, 1938, via The Biggest Family Album in Australia, Museums Victoria Collections (under CC License).
Edith Clark aiming a rifle at a plaster model of a lion, Palmer Street, Ararat, Victoria, ca. 1925, via The Biggest Family Album in Australia, Museums Victoria Collections.
Edith’s house and those of her neighbors survive today.
Baby in a hollowed out pumpkin, Gippsland, Victoria, 1906, by John Flynn, via National Library of Australia Commons on flickr.
“Toddler in a Dog Cart, Victoria,” ca. 1925, via The Biggest Family Album in Australia, Museums Victoria (under CC license).
The dog seems OK with the situation, but the baby is not happy.
The plants in the flower beds are all individually labeled. They look somewhat like carnations.