The Gardener's Eye
Perfectly framed! Beautiful view. What is the origin of the carved granite post? I visited a friend in CT on Friday, and she mentioned severe cases of box blight. Are you aware of that, Michael? I need to do some research. Loi
It was more Mother Nature than me, Loi. The granite post was an extra piece from a sign project at the entrance to Peterborough. I actually chose to put the post in upside down because I like the way the granite flared. I have heard about box blight and I am hoping it doesn't travel to NH. I am going to CT this weekend. Have you ever been to Hollister House in Washington? It is a wonderful garden that is open to the public through the Garden Conservancy. I think you would like it very much if you haven't already seen it.
I'm glad you like it, Martin. Thanks for commenting.
That is an impressive moment - there is a need for more balance in creating a garden with enjoying it. What great lighting. Not to mention how healthy but nicely formed all the plants are framing the scene. I;m glad you've had good moisture; I even take in such moments with our lack of rain, continued warmth, etc.
Thanks, Dave. Autumn is the season where I tend to sit back in the garden. Our temperatures are very pleasant and the most of the summer chores are done and clean-up is months away.
Beautiful light captured in your garden.
I was lucky to catch it, Beth and James. Thanks.
Fine taking, this granite post fantastically is looking. I am greeting
Thanks very much. I appreciate your comment.
A reminder of the stillness to be met with in gardens, Michael, which is surely why, in our rapidly-moving days, they are as beneficial as ever.
Faisal, I couldn't agree with you more.