Japanese Garden and Teahouse

iposnerJanuary 7, 2007

Hello. I am a new member of Gardenweb and am also a photographer with a special interest in unique public gardens. One of my favorite is the Brookside Gardens in Wheaton, Maryland. I have photographed there for over 10 years. One of its unique aspects is a huge center expanse which is anchored on one end by a Japanese Teahouse and Garden. For the first time this year, once in the spring and once in the autumn, I have been able to capture this entire expanse, including the Teahouse,in panoramic photos. You can see them and other photos of the Brookside Gardens at http://irisposner.myphotographer.com

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Cool .. I will check out your photo .. the only part of a japanese tea garden I have right now is the tea .. and a vacant sopt in the yard I hope to convert to a tea house sooner then later.

Good Day ...

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