(All “Quickies” are photos taken and posted the same day)
These photos were taken this morning at the Gardens at Waters East. - - 12. 29.12
There was more than six inches of snow during the night and early this morning. Notice all the wonderful patterns formed by the snow on plants, sculptures, and stone. - - - A feast for the eyes in design.
Fence along Lake Trail
Bog Garden & Lake
Sun, Clouds, and Lake Michigan
Asian Patio Garden
Berry Path Fence
Middle Arch Logs
Yew - sun and shadows
Lily Bloom Sculpture
Olive Jar and Bench
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Reference Note: For a complete list of the ten (10) Principles of Design plus the special “Golden Principle of Design” used throughout Gardens at Waters East, check out the archive postings for November 14 – 24, 2010 and May 2, 2011.
Have a great day.
A real beautiful "quicky" today. The snow looks so fresh, clean and virginal. Hope we get this winter some snow too, sometimes we have winters without any snow.ReplyDelete
Wish you all the best for 2013 and a very good gardening year!
All so fresh and clean looking love the Barberry, that Christmas touch.ReplyDelete
Charles in Spain
I see several that would make stunning Christmas cards! And thank you for identifying the Barberry; I saw it numerous times during the fall and had no idea what it was!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!
There is something about the Asian Patio Garden that draws one in just as one wants to step into some paintings. All the nuances that are part of a much larger picture are so "big" in themselves. Awesome. Your pictures always are!ReplyDelete
Sun and snow! I love the Asian garden, pine and snow.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!
Since I don't have snow this year for the holidays, your photos are a gift for the eyes. Happy new year!!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful landscape! Happy new year, Jack!!!ReplyDelete
Happy new year! So lovely with all the snow, unfortunately it all melted away here just before christmas.ReplyDelete