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Bloedel Reserve, Japanese ‘Dry’ Garden, Bainbridge Island, WA
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The tranquil ‘dry garden’ at the Japanese garden area of the Bloedel Reserve reminds me of the famous late15th century Zen garden at Ryoan-ji, The Temple of the Dragon at Peace, in Kyoto, Japan. This dry garden was designed by Koichi Kawana, professor of landscape architecture at the University of California.

Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Upplösning: 11780x5890
Taken: 19/07/2012
Uppladdad: 21/07/2012
Uppdaterad: 03/07/2014
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Tags: bloedel reserve; japanese garden; garden; bainbridge island; washington
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