Peace, traquility and order reign in the Japanese Gardens in the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens in Fort Worth, TX. The garden was built in 1970 and many of the garden's plants and materials were donated by Fort Worth's sister city Nagaoka, Japan. Built in the tradition of Edo-period (1600-1868) stroll gardens, the Fort Worth Japanese Garden integrates several styles of garden design into a single landscape, including the 'Dry Landscape' (karesansui) seen here, The 'Karesansui Garden' (formerly called the 'Meditation Garden'), is patterned after Kyoto's famous 'Garden of the Abbot's Quarters', at the Ryoanji temple complex. It is a classic fifteen-stone, 'Hira niwa' (Flat Garden) composition, that has its own unique characteristics. One of...
I seem to be happiest when I am traveling someplace new, to see and experience new things. Ansel Adams said “In my mind’s eye, I visualize how a particular…sight and feeling will appear on a print”. That is what I strive for in sharing these new experiences with photography.
These photographs are from places as varied as Alaska, Colorado, California, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, the Canadian Arctic, Fort Worth, China, Tibet, Australia, New Zealand, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Brussels, Berlin, Bruges, Istanbul, London, Prague, Italy and Spain. Through them, I hope you will experience the unique flavors of each of these places.
I hope you will consider one of these photos as an art work for your personal enjoyment! Thank...
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