Monday, May 27, 2013

This Garden Rocks

~~ A Garden in the Canyon ~~
Walking in the canyon, quite some time ago, we came across this garden, largely comprised of rocks.  I really like the way they've combined the rocks, the wood, the large cactus, and the lights.  It is simple, yet beautiful.
 
 
 

11 comments:

  1. ha, great title! it is a pretty little garden the way they have done it!

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  2. I love that blue vase (?).. what a focal point!.

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  3. So simple but love it, very west coast - wish we could produce the same here year-round!

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  4. Great garden! Great title!!! I'll bet it's really nice in person!

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  5. Just getting some ideas. We moved a pile of rocks a while ago and haven't decided what to do with them. My back yard is a painful saga.

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  6. So sorry to hear about your foot. I take it you're sporting a moon boot?

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  7. I really to like the lights and the rock pillars they are mounted in....so reminds me of Pasadena. Super title :).

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  8. Glad you all like it as much as I do!

    PB, a "painful saga" sounds like a great story!

    Hiker, In my befuddled state, I guess I answered you via e-mail, not realizing you had made a comment! So, for the record, in case anyone else is wildly curious to hear my pathetic story, I have (only) two broken bones in my foot, rather than the four they were thinking it was. For now, no surgery is necessary, but I have to go back in a week to see how things are going. So, moon boot and crutches. Along with a lot of archive photos, and photos I can take mostly from the car window!

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    1. Yeah - me too!! How one's perspective can change - I freaked out at one, he told me maybe four, and now two is sounding fabulous! And that awful moon boot turned out to be my dream, rather than a non-removable cast. Surgery is still a possibility, but so far it's all staying where it should and surgery isn't necessary. Phew!!

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