In another part of the town, the greens are coming on more aggressively.
This is nature’s riot. The astounding co-existence of so many life forms all just doing their thing, thriving along, being glorious individuals together in a beautiful entangled mess.
It’s something for us to aspire to.
While I have often proclaimed my love of symmetry, I have to confess a newfound fascination with asymmetry. It is a somewhat less obvious and, therefore, deeply satisfying way of finding balance.
209/365: japanese forestgrass with lady’s mantle
From the 2013 Tangletown Garden Tour, one of my favorite days of summer.
I am a sucker for this kind of picture: random arrangements of objects that strike all the harmonious balance of a zen garden. Aaaah.
86/365: leaves & bubbles in ice