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Reflections at Chanticleer, revisited

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Photo/Illustration: Michelle Gervais

Way back in January of 2010 I posted a photo from the ruins garden at Chanticleer in Wayne, Pennsylvania, but I just found a few more and thought you all might like to revisit this gorgeous setting. This garden is magnetic. Every time I visit Chanticleer, I feel compelled to go straight to this area and just take it all in. The reflections are mesmerizing. Enjoy!

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Photo/Illustration: Michelle Gervais
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Photo/Illustration: Michelle Gervais
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Photo/Illustration: Michelle Gervais
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Photo/Illustration: Michelle Gervais
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Photo/Illustration: Jennifer Benner

 

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  1. gottagarden 03/28/2011

    I want to go to Chanticleer! I want to see the ruins garden!

  2. ncgardener 03/28/2011

    I love the floor design. I am sure it must have been time consuming but the final product is gorgeous.

  3. stanhorst 03/28/2011

    Beautiful. I love reflecting pools. These with the rock walls on the right are really cool. I especially like the second one on the right where you can see the posts and beams.

    Stan Horst
    Publisher: BetterBenches.com

  4. paiya 03/28/2011

    Michelle's photos of Chanticleer are breath-taking. Chanticleer IS a magical garden to visit and have a picnic lunch-even the children love going here

  5. sheilaschultz 03/28/2011

    Definitely a vertical garden! How beautiful... no wonder you always go to the ruins garden first.

  6. arboretum 03/28/2011

    michelle, terRIFic photos! might you also show everyone marcia donahue's beautiful acorn book?

    best,
    mindy
    http://www.cottonarboretum.com/

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