Hurtled to 60 – The Retirement Years
A garden must combine the poetic and the mysterious with a feeling of serenity and joy – Luis Barragan
such neatness and no confusion in this potting shed ronnie…a place for everything and you know where you can find it!…alas! i wish i were more like my husband and mom golden..everything is so orderly with their cupboards…me! well it seems that when i am looking for something of mine..it is buried and i can’t fine it!
perhaps i should just be wordless one fine wednesday and do some serious clearing up!…the only thing is when i try this, then i have more confusion than ever because i start reading and forget all about it!…ha!…
nice photo ronnie…..terry
There are so many nooks and crannies at West Dean, it’s such an inspirational place. Great photo.
Looks like the potting shed at the farm, only make that twenty times as big. At the farm I can’t even get in there to do work, yet the workers tell me it is perfect for them. They know where everything is located.
Aaah, lovely! I love a nice shed. That’s beautiful beacuse even though it looks a bit cluttered, it appears to be clean. My shed is always full of dust, cobwebs and soil
That was the little potting shed at West Dean Gardens. I loved the terracotta pots laid down in rows, so neat and tidy.
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