I always find something new-to-me, perhaps overlooked on an earlier visit, when visiting the large, public garden in my city. After all, the people in charge understand how to use the color, shape, and texture of plants to good effect.
And they sprinkle in a few inanimate objects to keep it interesting.
These are difficult to miss. They’ve taken over a large fountain in a prominent place.
The elephants and their friends scattered over the acreage are getting ready to romp and glow for a Lantern Festival beginning later this month.
Hmmmm. Will they re-direct the fountain plumbing? How many elephant trunks spraying water are needed to cool off on a hot day?