on dirait un Mandala. Cela doit être un endroit tres agreable et reposant, j'aime beaucoup
Looks a little bit like a place of Zen !Wong
what does that figure-eight 'thing' mean?
And who keeps that sand so nicely raked? The Japanese gardener, no doubt!
That is incredible and I wonder how often they have to re-do the raking, etc. I can imagine that a 3-yr old would run right through the middle of it.
This is beautiful.
Makes me wish I had a rock garden instead of a lawn.
It looks like an environment that encourages contemplation and serenity!
What a great stop on your visit.
Hi Randy,My dad I I went up yesterday... so much to see! We stopped at about 7-8 artist's studios... so fun to see other artist's work. We missed this Zen garden though... it looks lovely!:)
Amazing capture, this place is really beautiful!Peaceful idea!Léia
Nice. I feel an "Ohhmmmm" coming on.
It is so cool to follow this series! The studio is so beautiful and this garden is a very good surprise. ;-)
Easy to make things look good, inviting, even serene (as Olivier said, almost Mandala like). All you need is time and inspiration. What a lovely place.
This is lovely. I would like to have a Zen garden. Maybe I will make one.
Great photo's of this house, I felt like I joined the tour.
Studio tours can offer so many wonderful discoveries. great Zen garden.Thanks for dropping by Occasional Toronto.
This is so nice. I really could sit and look at this for a bit.
Such gorgeous curves and texture. It even looks tranquil.
The garden looks beautiful and relaxing and the stones design are inspiring!
lovely! zen it is!
this place seem very relaxing and perfect for beautiful pictures!Bye**
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