There was a time that I had my own car. It was a blue Nissan X-Trail. It broke down after 2 weeks I had it. Sad story but I won’t talk about that much now.
I didn’t have a chance to give it a name. Let’s just call him blue.
Me and blue was heading to Yarra Ranges, with 1 other friend, Farid. After 1 hour driving through the highway from Melbourne, we arrived in Alfred Nicholas Garden in Dandenong Ranges. It was pretty empty since it was midweek when we went.
A picture from Visit Melbourne from that garden was inviting us, for that specific season. Autumn.
Everything is either red or yellow. Warm and mellow.
Even along the way to go to the park, the view was showing that specific feeling. Warm and mellow.
We parked Blue then took a walk around the park. No parking fee, no admission fee. Hell yeah.
We went straight to the pool, with a tiny house in the middle of it. I can’t imagine if it was packed with people there with the slippery and narrow paths. It took a while for me to get this picture.
The park has more to offer. When we walked furthermore, we found this big yellow tree which was apparently a Ginko tree, with its fallen leaves on the ground. So pretty and I can’t stop admiring its beauty. We decided to take some pictures on the ground.
There is a big barn next to the entrance of the park but turn out, it’s a part of a cafe.