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Friday, April 17, 2009


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Lisa at Greeenbow

It is amazing how looking at your garden from an angle different from your usual sight line will give you a whole different picture.


Yes, if you enter your garden from a different direction than the usual, the same is true. I thought I was the only one who explored the garden like that. :) The other day I was removing some deadwood from the Japanese maple that required me to be beneath it with the light streaming through the red leaves. It was a whole different story making a chore a delight.


Lisa and Donna — I really like having paths where I can go in different directions and see things differently. A couple of times Mark has taken photos where I could hardly tell it was our garden.

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