ALL SEASONS – ALL THINGS CONSIDERED

18 thoughts on “ALL SEASONS – ALL THINGS CONSIDERED”

  1. The artist of the arrows could be someone who loves (or hates) archers and archery. 🙂 I got curious and went to read about the Chinese Garden. Impressive details being tossed about when completed– largest traditional Chinese garden in world, about $23 million raised to fund it, and 12 acres big. I wonder whose idea it was to create it.

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  2. I think home-grown art should be nurtured and encouraged, Jesh, and once that is healthily growing and expanding, the art of other cultures should be fostered as well. Like most others, I like the mural too.

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  3. Dearest Jesh; I also love the mural♬ Well, first 2 pictures have Japanese atmosphere (Asian, maybe p;-) I think I can guess a little what you are telling us. Thank you very much for your sweet comments and hosting.
    Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  4. Summer is winding down and our grandchildren are back in school, but my favorite season is coming up so I am happy! Artwork of any kind and any culture is interesting. The Chinese garden is so beautiful!

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  5. That final mural is so engaging! Also liked the wisterias (?) in the header of your landing page.It included a little nest box with evidence that it is occupied by some sort of critter.

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  6. I have to take a tour of town to look at the murals, I can’t think of too many off hand but I bet there are more if you really look. I love the big arrows in the grass.

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