Now that is gorgeous! If only I could fit one in my garden; I’d then have an idyllic spot to chill out from the world.
We were lucky to have a bright and (very) warm day for it. But that pool is bigger than my house!
LOL – my house is only 16′ wide by about 26 deep so putting this in my backyard would be so dis-proportional… 🙂 Perhaps our houses could provide the “backyard” to the pool.
This picture is almost magical. I love the reflection of the clouds in the pool of water lilies—which I’m sure was planned by the garden’s designer.
I think this would be a great alternative to a lawn!
I love the way garden designers use perspective to lead our eyes. It’s art that blooms.
I love waterlilies 🙂
I will find a better one for you
That must be some sort of classical garden design. It’s almost identical to the reflecting pool and botanical garden building in San Diego’s Balboa Park: http://www.balboapark.us/gardens/botanical_garden/botanical_lily_pond.JPG
I would bet these two are pretty close chronologically speaking, and both influenced by classical gardens. Nice!
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