The arrangement of tiny plants and epic trees and enormous boulders that makes up a Japanese garden is calm and beautiful, but to see the inspirations for those geometries “in the wild,” so to speak, is so much more impressive. Big falls and gnarly roots and little streams make the “real” world just as poetic.
4 thoughts on “Zen at Lampson”
Very nice depth of focus on this!
Thank you! I was using a tiny aperture to blur the water a bit anyway, so I got a lot of mileage from it.
Hey, it is all about knowing how to use the tools you have on hand…well done!
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