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Garden Photograph - Waterfalls In Japanese Garden by Carol Groenen

Waterfalls In Japanese Garden is a photograph by Carol Groenen which was uploaded on March 12th, 2011.

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Thank you Michael! :)

Congrats on your sale !

Thank you Sandi, Chrisann, Ella, Kate and Ausra! :)

Congratulations!

So beautiful, congrats on your sale!

Congratulation on this sale

Carol, This is so Beautiful!!...Congrats on Your Sale!!

Gorgeous, Carol, congrats on your sale!!

Thank you Sharon! :)

Stunning...congratulations Carol!

Thank you Cindy. :)

Beautiful. Congrats on your sale.

Thank you to the buyer from Denver, CO! :)

Thank you Randy, Elena, Ernie and Feile. It is in the USA, Feile.

Good work Carol. Looks like you found it at a perfect time of year and lighting of day for a great capture. Is it in Japan or in the USA? The textured rocks with mosses growing from them are nice and rich. The colorful moss in a state of flush after bloom makes such a sweet contrast with the colorful deciduous tree as well as the roof of the pagoda and the fresh growth of the evergreens. It looks like the garden may be influenced by the Shinto Buddhist rather than Zen as much. A marriage ceremony would be neat here.

Congrats on your sale!!!

Congratulations on the sale!!!

A total WOW factor on this gorgeous capture, Carol! You surely deserved a sale on this magnificent piece of beauty! I love all the elements of this great composition. Congrats on your great sale, and your surely get the big, "Elvis" F/V on this masterpiece of photograpical excellence!

Thank you Ana, Andee and Xueling. :)

so beautiful! Congratulations on your sale:-)!

Congrats on your sale Carol! :)

Congrats on your sale !

Yes, it's a great feeling. Thanks Carolyn. :)

Great image, Carol! Congratulations on your sale. Isn't it a wonderful feeling knowing your art is being displayed all around the world.

Thank you Kent and Ann. :)

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