I did actually go out today with the theme of the week in mind, and I actually had another shot all set in my mind, but as I passed this something told me to take a shot. I did and I am glad I did because I think this fits this weeks theme on so many different levels. Not only for the obvious landscaping arrangement, there is so much more going on here. Look at the rows of siding on the house, the wooden awning and how perfectly arranged the headers are. The bricks which form the boarder of the garden. Especially when you consider the cross and its symbolic meaning in regards to arrange. The elements are numerous and someone took special care to arrange them. March 31, 2012
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29 Replies to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Arranged”
I love the richness of the colors. 😉
It seemed to be the perfect day for this one!
Wow, what a lovely house. So neatly arranged. Great addition to this weeks theme. I want to live in that house. 😉
It is definitely unique. And was many different things before they converted it.
This is beautiful! The shot and your comments are both examples of a great interpretation of this week’s topic!
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beautifully arranged garden 🙂
Your background reminds me of the sunset I saw last night, the colours.
That sounds like it would have made a wonderful picture! Thanks for the comment!
I love the colours of the blossoms and the new red leaves of the shrubs. They seem to work really well with the red/white of the building. It all blends well. Thanks
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