Mt. Ibuki nature reserve in Shiga, Japan. August 2010.
Thank you Aurelien.
I have found out that the place is the wisteria walk at Hermannshof, Germany
Photograph by Jerry Harpur
Additional info is as following;
The Wisteria Walk (75 yards) of Wisteria floribunda ‘Macrobotrys longissima’
Heavenly beautiful, isn’t it?
Breath taking job! Wow!
Thanks Loe, very flattered.
I think it’s something to do with our approach to empty space. We have experienced shortage of flat land from the beginning. So, finding flat and open land was the first step. Some could find a plot in a ‘urban’ site (in medieval term) which is small and cluttered by neighbours, the others found a small plot on mountain…[Read more]
I think we can have fun at least! That’s guaranteed.
Sad to see like-a-minds leave the profession and seek totally different jobs these days. Actually I pick small works from Europe/Middle East, and I have not heard much hopeful news in the country for a while. On the other hand, I have come across enthusiastic Japanese garden fan in Europe. So I created the group to share the true stories and info…[Read more]