Garden Views Through Trees - A Photo Gallery
Views of Gardens - Looking through Trees
This is a hub dedicated to the relaxing views of gardens through trees. I love gardens and gardening, and its so nice sometimes to see a relaxing view, while framed by another part of nature. In this case, the frame of the view are trees and their branches or leaves. It is almost as if I can imagine myself in a hammock, looking off into the distance through the trees.
Garden Views Through Trees
Photo 1 - View through the branches of one of my favorite trees ever, a Japanese Maple. You can see flowering shrubs, a pond, small evergreen decorative trees and much more in the distance. Not a bad view if you are wanting to relax and unwind, or just appreciate nature.
Photo 2 - A View of a stone and pebble path to a water area. There is a type of dock, which is another path also through the garden. Its very beautiful to me, and one of those views that is kind of inviting to the casual observer.
Photo 3 - This is one of my favorite photos of a view through trees. This is more of a lake than a garden, or a very large garden rather. It was taken last Summer, in Wyoming. It was our family's first time traveling to that part of the country, and we had a wonderful time.
Photo 4 - View through trees of a Japanese Garden bridge with flowering shrubs and a pond where ducks love to be much of the time.
Photo 5 - View through some trees, of an ongoing path through a woodland garden. The path is paved with very large stones. This path curved in and out and all around.. I love this place.
Photo 6 - This is another view of a Japanese Garden, though this time it is through a weeping willow tree. The weeping willow tree is also a favorite tree, and I have loved them for a long time. In this photo, I love the relaxing nature of the view. I could rest here on a Sunday afternoon, that is for sure.
Photo 7 - This view shows the wooden dock, from another angle. Also, a Japanese sculpture in the garden. I imagine an artist would like to paint this, or a poet love to write some poetry here.
Photo 8 - View through trees, of a still pond, and a sculptured garden. I love the little trees on the other side the most. A good way to get ideas for your own garden design, are to look at what different botanical gardens do.
Photo 9 - This view is mostly of water, but the real view are the trees themselves. Both green and maroon or rust colored leaves help thickly frame the image. You can see Japanese Maples, and some evergreen shrubs as well. What you can't see is a small waterfall, and ducks not far away.
Photo 10 - This view is of a Chinese garden with some blooming flowers and huge white stone sculpture.
I enjoy looking at gardens of all types. I especially liked looking out for opportunities the last few months to see photos of gardens but through the "natural framing" of trees. I hope you enjoyed the views also.
More by this Author
- EDITOR'S CHOICE12
Clematis flowers are strikingly beautiful in the garden. They will supply you with man beautiful blooms with some basic care. The climbing vines bring a whole new element of interest and beauty.
Photo 1 - Yellow with coral colored center, Hibiscus Oceansnsunsets Personal Photo Library Tropical flowers are some of the most unique and beautiful in all the world. I have never had the opportunity to be a tropical...
Lantana flowers are some of my very favorites to grow for a couple of reasons. They are bright and cheerful, but the butterflies also love them as well! Once established, they thrive in summer heat.