Monday, February 13, 2012

when one door closes, let's hope another one opens

This is the allee (should have an accent over the second e, pronounced "al-lay") of Cryptomeria, or Japanese cedar that you pass through when entering the Longhouse Reserve in East Hampton, a 16-acre garden and sculpture park founded by Jack Larson. As a lover of both public gardens and my home turf, the eastern end of Long Island, this place is truly one of a kind.

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