Thursday, September 28, 2006

Historic Bethabra Park Gardens


historic bethabra park gardens
Originally uploaded by linfrye.
I'm still enjoying the residual affects of a weekend away (they're so rare, it seems!!) LOL Here's a sketch of a part of the Historic Bethabra Park gardens - styled after the first Moravian settlement on these grounds with plants from that period. In our explorations of this park (also where they held the Apple Harvest Festival), there were so many unnamed log buildings -- we couldn't determine what athey were used for - but were picturesque nonetheless.

3 comments:

Teri C said...

Gosh Lin, this is so beautiful! Your landscapes are saying so much!

Jana Bouc said...

It seems like only yesterday I visited and saw the previous post and now there's four or five more! What a treat. This is such a lovely scene and those blue flowers in the foreground (morning glories?) are exquisite.

Lorraine said...

Hmm; tried posting but it didn't work.
I love all the colors in this one and it looks like a great place to sit and sketch.
Hugs,
Lorraine