Posted on September 7, 2014September 5, 2014 by Catherine ArcolioStroll Garden at the end of the path of quiet contemplation the cows graze Like this:Like Loading...
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The tao (i.e., the Path).
Nice shot! 🙂
Marvelous…not one word wasted! The feeling of quiet peacefulness the grazing cows bring to the poem is wonderful!
Wow very peaceful place!! I love those kinds of cows, wished I knew what they are called! I call them saddle cows cuz it looks like they are wearing saddles! Hugz Lisa and Bear
I think they are Belted Galloways, and yes, they are wonderful. I’ve seen them only twice here in Texas, but I have a feeling they’re becoming more popular. Beautiful creatures, for sure.
How well they all fit together, the formal and informal and the cows.
What a beautiful and peaceful looking place!
For a minute I thought I saw snow….yikes!
A Japanese garden in Vermont – are those belted Galloways?
yes I believe they are. Aren’t they wonderful?!
I wish we had more dairy farms, so many have gone by the wayside. VT still has lots!
Very nice! Love the pic! If it werent for the little saying I might have missed the cows.
I sure would like to see this place next time I’m back in New England …
Hi Dr. Denny – as always thanks so much for your comments. The Shin-Boku stroll garden and Japanese specimen tree nursery is at 180 Beech Hill Rd. Wentworth NH shin-bokunursery.com Worth a visit for sure!
so very calming
Shin-boku Stroll is an ongoing project that will continue as long as I am here. Palmer Koelb, Garden Builder