How did they do that??? Technically, I am not quite sure, but have you ever seen a land to water transition like this? Reminds me of something you might see at the Garden of Cosmic Speculation or something.

Lunuganga, experimental home garden of the Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa, outside Bentota, Sri Lanka. Started in 1947 and evolved until It is a small hillock surrounded with marshy areas created by the tide.

garden path http://media-cache2.pinterest.com/upload/116812184054927391_nUOO590z_f.jpg msjawolfe gardening

I adore this walkway through the ferns and over a creek at Innisfree Garden in Millbrook New York. Its meandering path adds so much to this scene, and it was great fun to walk on. It looks simple to.

Brochstein Pavilion / Thomas Phifer & Partners, The Office of James Burnett

Brochstein Pavilion / Thomas Phifer and Partners

Rice University, Brochstein Pavilion / Thomas Phifer & Partners, The Office of James Burnett

Villa Mayavee, Phuket, Thailand by Tierra Design

Villa Mayavee / Tierra Design

*architecture, outdoor pools, landscape design* - villa Mayavee by Tierra design…

Water Feature - 9 Runnel

Stairway fountain ~ incorporated into the stairs and path of a paved walkway creating an element of surprise . A boulder anchors one end of the stream & a basin captures the water, recycling it back to the rock.

Andy Goldsworthy Storm King Wall (where I got engaged!)

Storm King Wall, stone wall art installation at Storm King Art Center by British artist Andy Goldsworthy

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