Why yes, you may put this in my garden any day! Cascading into a huge koi pond, okay?
Natural rock, one side polished, and rusty metal. Who could ask for anything more in a garden gate?
A little AC/DC as background for the next picture. 'Nuff said.
I wonder if this is that cultured stone so highly prized in Chinese gardens?
So many water feature possibilities.
No need to try and envision what a particular color of paver or wall stone will look like assembled as this is only part of the large patio and wall sample area.
It wasn't until I was sorting and editing pictures that I noticed the, ahem, water feature part of this piece. Walking by it a couple of times, the detail work of the face had my attention.
Stone for interior spaces too!
Now these are special work spaces!
Warm and inviting!
The fun continues outside.
This archway could come home with me too!
What ancient people lived here?
I tried to knock at the door but there wasn't one.
The neighbors weren't saying anything either.
Seeing all of this and the huge yard in back that was stacked with all sorts of rock gave me an even greater appreciation for garden designers who have a vision, can put it down on paper, and from the wide array of possibilities, narrow their choices to create their vision.
If you could create a garden using any stone feature(s) you desired, what would you use?
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