From penick.net, I found a wonderful post about San Antonio’s Japanese Tea Garden. Have ever gone to this kind of place? I love Japanese tea garden. That’s why I was caught of reading the entire article.
This Japanese Tea Garden is located in Brackenridge Park. In the garden, you will find lots of amazing stonework such as pagoda-like pavilion, “a dragon-back bridge”, and path’s edge with toothy walls. The garden is open to the public and spring time is the perfect time for you to visit the place. From the moment you will enter, tropical native plants will welcome you. You will even see a large pond.
The place is perfect if you really want to have a place where you can relax and concentrate, this is the right place for you. Try to read the entire article so that you will be fascinated with how this place is made and maintained. Click here: http://www.penick.net/digging/?p=20713.
Photography nowadays is very popular. Almost everybody has their own DSLR cameras. If you want to be one, take the tips from the blog gardeninggonewild.com which is written by Saxon Holt. He said that if you want to be a great garden photographer, you must think like a gardener. But what he means by that? In fact, most of the garden photographers love gardening. You won’t be able to tell the stories of the scene through your camera if you are not in love with gardening. Just as an example given by the author, he planted dark row of arborvitae to give privacy. From that idea or information, he was able to capture a good picture which is more emphasized. Try to look at the picture below:
He has more to share from that article. You can read it here: http://www.gardeninggonewild.com/?p=23481#more-23481