|I loved this little sculpture of cat and kitten sleeping in the columbine. I have a great fondness for cats. I have two, but they seldom go outside, so I don't talk about them much. (I like dogs, but Nigel is allergic)
|I'm not a big fan of most garishly painted garden gnomes, but I like this one, cuddling with a sleeping kitty.
|This birdhouse tree is cool, a good way to use an old dead tree.
|At first glance I thought this kitty was real.
|This one was!
|She was friendly, but desperate to get in the house, away from the people.
|An interesting take on the proverbial pink flamingo.
|This cluster of leaves on pipes is meant to look like a real Gunnera.
|Bambi and his mom?
|Frog prince leaping beside a stream
|Sometimes crocs in the garden can be a bit kitschy, but this one works. Rather creepy.
|Sometimes just a piece of driftwood can make a statement.
|When the stream is flooding, I bet this life-size nymph looks like she is rising out of the water.
|Looks like this boy has caught a frog in the stream!
|Bathing beauty beside a pond.
|I didn't realize until I looked at my photo -- this life-size fairy looks like she's flying.
|Hoping for some rare PNW sunshine.
|If you sit next to him, maybe Mark Twain will read to you.
|Art in the Japanese garden was minimal, as it should be. Stone and metal lanterns.
|This interesting stack of stones was suspended in a tree.
|The front door was the most ornate thing in the garden.
|In the Japanese garden, the big stones were really the only art the garden needed.