Thursday, September 30, 2010

Landscape the Ubiquities of Life Away

"Here I am breathing the soft air of Mount Edgcumbe standing upon the brink of a Cliff overlooking the sea and singing Notturnos with Pacchierotti. Innumerable bees are humming about the Myrtles and Arbutus which hang on the steeps and are covered with blossom." William Beckford 1781Oh my, the connection is intense. Gardens transcend time, size, style, budget, governments.
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
View from my garage, above, living in a ubiquitous American subdivision. With my garden, I've left the ubiquities behind.

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