Sunday, March 13, 2011

Good Bones

I stayed with my friends Dick and Trauti last night in Massachusetts. This is their garden in front of the house. They put it in nearly 40 years ago, and now is has this wonderful patina of lichen and moss. The fence is well weathered, and it is covered with lichen as well - you can see it in the distance. A nicely designed garden is said to have "good bones" when it has a nice design and still looks good in the off season. I have taken a lot of photographs of their garden over the years and I can always find something to shoot, whatever the season. I have uploaded a larger than normal image, and you may want to click on it to see more details.

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