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Monthly Archives: June 2016
What is it about lilies and lily ponds that makes you want to just sit quietly and gaze upon them? Well, at least that’s the effect they have on me anyway. Here are three tightly cropped photos of them taken … Continue reading
There were plenty of ponds with lilies in them at the gardens; different colors and at different stages of their life cycles.
Slipping in a barn that I photographed from the moving car going down the highway when we returned from our trip to the private gardens. I don’t think it’s too terribly abandoned but it has a wonderful rusty patina about … Continue reading
Past all of the previously shown gardens is the focal point of the property, this Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home. I didn’t get the full width of the home in this shot but just one end of it as I … Continue reading
After leaving the streams we came upon this section of the gardens. It is called the cup gardens because two cup shaped gardens are carved out of the hillside featuring large boulders and of course the myriad of trees and … Continue reading
This was one of the most tranquil spots in the gardens. All you heard was the water running downhill over large rocks and you were surrounded by trees that formed a canopy over the stream. I took this one shot … Continue reading
A selfie, the view from behind the teahouse and a busy rhododendron hopping bee.