Tuesday, March 20, 2007

I hope you've read the 3/19 posts. If not, scroll down and read them. And then, this is the rest of the story.

I'm remembering that Anna liked to work from live models, as I look at this.

These are

all examples

of her work.

Bears and horses and big cats and...

After I posted the Conway entry, someone asked about Live Oaks (Quercus virginiana). It is the name of the tree, not just a description.

They're beautiful spreading trees, often festooned with Spanish Moss.

At Brookgreen, they're planted in an allee, 2 parallel rows leading to the Diana Pool.

There is so much more to see there than what I saw

and so many trails to walk beyond the butterfly garden.

Plenty of interest - Pan,


St. Francis,

Native Americans

For more information, the Brookgreen Gardens website is http://www.brookgreen.org/

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