Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Wisteria - The Randomness of Splendor

Late afternoon sunlight reflects on trees in distance
While most visitors to the Crystal Hermitage Gardens arrive during mid morning to mid afternoon, the light is much better and softer at this time of year towards the late afternoon, early evening.  When I arrived around 5:30 PM, I found no visitors.  Having the wonderland garden all to myself, I wandered around seeking out new views and perspectives.  Mandala, who runs the shrine, suggested several locations for photos.  Here are some of the results.  Click on the image to enlarge.

The tall wisteria tree is in full bloom.  

The Splendor of randomness
The Evening light (compare to previous blog post of morning light)

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