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A Dedicated Gardener by deepbluwater

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I find these trees simply amazing…

Encinitas, San Diego, CA. June, 2010.


  • TextureoftheSin
    TextureoftheSinover 4 years ago

    Beautiful framing!!

  • thanks TotS! those palms do bring so much symmetry…

    – deepbluwater

  • Anne  McGinn
    Anne McGinnover 4 years ago

    how wonderful! nice processing – bright and sharp detail

  • thanks so much Anne! -good to hear from you :))

    – deepbluwater

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaover 4 years ago

    now that is some delicate work… totally love that tree! Like something out of the cat and the hat!

  • yes, so Suess-like! I thought so myself…
    amazingly, it looks even more surreal in person.
    thanks so much for coming by Paul! :))

    – deepbluwater

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 4 years ago

    Goodness, do you know what the trees are? That’s a labour of love, keeping them pruned like that! Reminds me of bonsai gone crazy!

  • aren’t they something?!? I hear they may actually be Junipers, tho I’ve never seen Junipers like these, LOL They have been there for many decades and I waited for the mid-morning sunshine to also get the cool shadows. I have more images of work from these truly dedicated gardeners and may post a few more as they approach their work as an almost spiritual practice. Yes, I agree, bonsai gone crazy!! lovely to see you Mel :)))

    – deepbluwater

  • madworld
    madworldover 4 years ago

    This is amazing, they must have the patience of saints to keep this up!! Wonderful framing and what a gorgeous little house

  • they do have incredible patience and there are some stunning gardens as well, one of my favorite places to visit. yes, I love the little house as well! so great to see you here… :))

    – deepbluwater

  • Woodie
    Woodieabout 4 years ago

    Brill photo and really dedicated pruning.
    I’ve done something similar with a cottoneaster but only about 8 feet tall. (Nearly 3 meters)
    Cheers Neil

  • Thank you Neil! these trees have been there for as long as I can remember, and always pruned to perfection. good luck with your cottoneaster!

    – deepbluwater

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