Monday, September 14, 2009

Garden Rot [not roots]

Every eccentric garden I’ve been in pays some homage to death. Here the face offers a slightly oblique reference to death. Rot. All gardens have compost, mulch, and rotting fibers and critters. Rot [as well as death] is just a natural part of every garden.

[This unique comical sculpture was carved by the wonderfully-eccentric Marcia Donahue in Berekely, CA.]

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