Wouldn't mind one of those chocolates. "High Tea".. Funny term really. Wonder where it originates from.
How wonderful arranged on the plate. I would hesitate to eat this peace of art.
Gorgeous...Enjoy your day !Pierrehttp://pierre-boyer.blogspot.com/
I love sweets but that is such a beautiful camellia.
High Tea and Camellias, perfect combination Dianne, lovely, lovely pictures.
I think my wife and I would enjoy a High Tea like that!
How very English :)
Oh! I like this a lot. This is the sort of thing that I expect to see on the London Daily Photo, yet never do. LOL! That's making my mouth water. Thanks for showing us beauty and romance!
Such a beautiful treat!
What a beautiful spot Dianne! High tea at a lovely nursery is a fantastic combination. Especially when camelias are involved!
It is lovely, Dianne. I couldn't suggest going here; my masculinity would be questioned. I would have to have a woman coerce me to go, complaining vocally and pleased quietly.
Looks like a good painting subject; in the style of Margaret Olley.
That first image is gorgeous!
We were having High Tea on the same day! I took my husband and parents to Wynyard Hall for a birthday treat for my husband - photos on my blog soon. This place looks wonderful. Another thing to add to my list of Adelaide things to do.
I love going to high tea ! Such a treat :)
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