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June 9, 2015

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My Maze and Tree Garden

by Gradmama2011

DSC02660 Here is a wide-angle shot of my backyard. This is very early summer, 2015. For perspective, the width of the area shown  is about 80-feet. That is my yard-boy (er, Son) with the wheelbarrow. The maze with the succulents in the center, the Chimenera with its Mexican Emblem, in one corner….the old bench. The wooded-area across the far edge of the photo is my Tree Garden. All of the trees and plants in this garden (and elsewhere in the yard, are either volunteers, or shrubs/trees that I planted personally about ten years ago. It is a labor of love, much more work than I am now able to do. I still prune trees to make paths through the garden. Until recently, the only members of the family that understood where and why the Tree Garden was there at all, were the youngest children. I have more to say about my garden, and many photos…and will soon post about it. I chose this photo to use here in response to my PHOTO101 prompt for today…”HOME”… suggested showing in a wide-angle or panorama shot. As is the case with many of my photos, this was taken from my back deck.

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Jun 18 2015

    can I borrow your lawn boy?

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    • Jun 19 2015

      😊

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      • Jun 19 2015

        thanks for the nice comment about my blog…I aim to make it homey, but it is getting a bit TOO eclectic. im trying to work on the categorizing…I think I have made 88 posts so far. I dont like the was the “category” title is so big.

    • Jun 19 2015

      😃

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