Wethersfield Garden

I pulled these pictures a few years ago and can’t even remember where they are from.  I love this; the concept of trimming a weeping Beech(Fagus sylvatica) into a cylinder blows my mind as to how cool this is.  I find it hard to work a weeping tree into a formal garden sometimes but this must be the solution.  Such an interesting winter texture contained.   I really appreciate the cleanness of all the lines here.

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3 responses to “Wethersfield Garden

  1. Wonderful forms … Stunning Photography.

  2. Where do you mind these amazing ideas? Those cylinders are tres cool. All the shapes are even more graphic with a light mist of snow.

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