he Garden described in Genesis (and its ultimate restoration in John's Apocalypse) is a place of incredible beauty, fulfillment, perfection, and design. And whether intentional or not, this is what present-day gardens strive to emulate. The San Antonio region (and beyond) is host to numerous gardens— from small, informal and secluded, to large, highly manicured, and breath-taking. But they all aim their efforts at marrying peace and balance with harmony and surprise.
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Gardens & Plantscapes
by Bill Brockmeier
Garden Green On Blue|
Garden Green On Blue: © 2003, Bill Brockmeier
Within Azure Walls|
Within Azure Walls: © 2003, Bill Brockmeier
Terra Cotta Ark|
Terra Cotta Ark: © 2003, Bill Brockmeier
Trio of Maneaters|
Trio of Maneaters © 2003, Bill Brockmeier
Very Blue Whale|
Very Blue Whale: © 2003, Bill Brockmeier
Red Peak Rising|
Red Peak Rising © 2003, Bill Brockmeier
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This document was updated on 8/19/04.