from Lola's Curmudgeonly Musings about Life, Love & Other Trifles
” . . . When light spreads over the pastures like wings, and fans a secret color into everything, and beats the trees senseless with beauty, so that you can’t tell whether the beauty is in the trees—dazzling in cells like yellow sparks or green flashing waters—or on them . . .” ~ Annie Dillard, Holy the Firm
” . . . When light spreads over the pastures like wings, and fans a secret color…
Arne Maynard: The limestone chipping surface is planted with low box hedges which form a criss cross pattern - a contemporary version of a knot garden- which is peppered with aromatic lavenders and sages. Oxeye daisies float above the line of the hedges and in between the sculptural, clipped topiary shapes that punctuate the knot.