posted by lotusgreen at 12:12 AM
i guess this is Japan's cemetery craftsmen are building a landscape-cemetery with geomantic .
ooo interesting guess. japanese cemeteries can be fascinating. but no, not even close!other guesses??
Man-made waterfall in the Japanese garden !!??
Oakland, Cal?BTW Lotus- would you be interested in writing a short piece about how and why you became a blogger. Details on my space. It might be a good networking thing and I am just plain interested.
ahhh harlequinpan, that is a good hint.nowhere local, not in place nor timehmmm--thanks princess--i'll think about it!
Well, then I guess it's not an early shot of the tea garden in GG Park...
no.... but if i'm remembering correctly you've got the timing about right....
The Panama Pacific Exposition in SF 1915. Japanese Tea Garden Depiction.
y'all are getting so close that i'll give it to you:it's the japan pavilion at the vienna international exposition... 1873!it was displays like this one that made japanese gardens extremely popular, and soon they had spread across europe and the us, both in public spaces and in private homes.
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