Bert Harsevoort

Bert Harsevoort

Bert Harsevoort
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Naturescape : kengo kuma and associates:

Naturescape : kengo kuma and associates:

Japanese garden Nice small tsubo-niwa.  Also, VERY intersting arrangement of the 3 rocks in the center.  More equivalently spaced than normal, and unless you're supposed to look at it from the bottom L, also an unusual structure - 3 rocks with 1 tall & narrow, 1 low, long and large, and one low, round and small is standard, but having the round small one furthest back, and the tall one so far to the right instead of sort-of-but-not-actually centered between others are both unusual choices.

Japanese garden Nice small tsubo-niwa. Also, VERY intersting arrangement of the 3 rocks in the center. More equivalently spaced than normal, and unless you're supposed to look at it from the bottom L, also an unusual structure - 3 rocks with 1 tall & narrow, 1 low, long and large, and one low, round and small is standard, but having the round small one furthest back, and the tall one so far to the right instead of sort-of-but-not-actually centered between others are both unusual choices.

I could build my own vertical fountain with stuff sticking out like this one...

I could build my own vertical fountain with stuff sticking out like this one...

Bamboo Slender Weaver- For Eastern planter

Bamboo Slender Weaver- For Eastern planter

~~ 'If all you can do is crawl, start crawling ...Rumi  ~Floating Stones…

~~ 'If all you can do is crawl, start crawling ...Rumi ~Floating Stones…

brass-copper-met280-10

brass-copper-met280-10

brass-copper-met280-4

brass-copper-met280-4

Pratique et joli : les voiles d'ombrage

Pratique et joli : les voiles d'ombrage

kitchen herb garden- what a great idea

kitchen herb garden- what a great idea

you can make this one with all recycle materials...I was thinking our local Habitat for Humanity store where people donate old household items and construction goods, the money helps Habitat build new homes.

you can make this one with all recycle materials...I was thinking our local Habitat for Humanity store where people donate old household items and construction goods, the money helps Habitat build new homes.