Fantastic use of landscaping to suggest a broader picture of nature than might otherwise be immediately available – the gardens at Kannon-in: Tottori, Japan: photo by Ojisanjake.

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Tatton, Cheschire - Love the layers, some round sculpted elements, some fluffy...appearance of horizontal lines created by the tree branches.

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A stone lantern. It'd be cool if I could actually get them to light up at night! It'd be even cooler if I had one.

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Japanese garden.

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Paper lanterns at wisteria garden in Mie, Japan

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Nomura Samurai House in Kanazawa, Japan - known for it's small but lovely garden - photo by Bernard Languillier, via Flickr

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(2) Shinta Ardiana Sari / Pinterest on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/53290072/via/litwinenko

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I have been here in real life, when it was spring and the garden was full of color and life. But this is beautiful <3

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Stone basin, Ritsurin Park, Takamatsu, Japan #zen garden My Personal blog: http://stampingwithbibiana.blogspot.com/

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Japan | Gardens of Japan Tour, Autumn 2013, Japan Journeys specialist holiday

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The Garden

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Grass/moss mortar between stone? cement pavers? nanzen-ji, kyoto

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Japan garden

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Japan garden

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Japan Garden

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Approach to Nanzen-ji temple in Kyoto, Japan 南禅寺 京都 More beautiful Japanese garden paths: http://www.japanesegardens.jp/elements/000110.php

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The garden of the Nezu Museum, Japan A relaxed, natural Japanese garden to be explored. With some classic features, it is unencumbered with religious symbolism. Picture: Rory Stuart

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Hosenin Temple, Kyoto, Japan: photo by T's Photo

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"Ripple" A small, moss-covered fountain at a sub-temple of Nanzen-ji in Kyoto (南禅寺塔頭寺院にて)

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pretty mosaic walkway

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DIY flower stones for garden path

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DIY Tiki Torch Anchors: Decking your yard with tiki torches is an inexpensive, festive way to bring island style home -- and to light up the night without electricity. Use them to line a path or surround a patio. If the ground is paved or rocky, you may not be able to find places to poke the torches into the soil. Instead, anchor them in gravel-filled, galvanized-steel flower buckets, and have yourself a tropical night.

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lanterns on the stairs

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Multi-Phased Outdoor Oasis

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Wingardhs Mill House

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