In Retrospect: Geneva IL

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East Channel Bridge
May 14, 2012

 

The photo above is of the East Channel Bridge in the Fabyan Forest Preserve in Geneva IL. It leads to the Japanese Tea Garden, originally designed in 1910 by Japanese landscape architect Taro Otsuka as a private garden for George and Nelle Fabyan. The Garden is open to the public for strolling on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons, May through mid-October. We were there in May but on a Monday when the garden was closed. I was able to get a photo of it, though.

Japanese Tea Garden
May 14, 2012

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15 thoughts on “In Retrospect: Geneva IL

  1. Put my name down for a stroll. Looks lovely! I like the gentleness of the first photo and the contrast of the paint effect. 🙂 🙂 Sue’s right- you do have a style. Never argue with Mistress Sue 🙂

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