Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Wordless Wednesdays: The Weirdness of Gilgal Gardens








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25 comments:

lifeshighway said...

Gigal Gardens are awesomely disturbing!

Kate said...

It's the oddest place down in Salt Lake City - but I find it charming in a very weird way. :)

A Garden of Threads said...

Wonderful photos of the Gigal Gardens.

Carol said...

Weird is the word! Interesting Kate. ;>)

caite said...

ok, that is quite weird!

And Miles To Go... said...

wow, what a really neat place! I love the photos.

Snowcatcher said...

Been there!!!

You got some great shots of the most interesting rocks. Are these from your archive, or do they really have those lovely purple flowers still growing???

jan said...

Wow! Way weird!

The Redneck Rosarian said...

Great Pictures! Happy WW!

KC said...

Great pics of the garden Kate. The Friends of Gilgal Garden prefer "Unique " rather than "weird". But I find that it is "unique" to the point that I don't like to garden there alone;-) If anyone wants more information you can check out the details at www.gilgalgarden.org

GrammyMouseTails said...

some great sculptures... some strange, some interesting. will put Gigal gardens on my list to see if I ever get out towards Salt Lake City. Thanks 4 sharing!
Faythe @GMT

PatioPatch said...

Lovely shots of an intriguingly strange garden

Laura

p.s. love your chief fertilizers

Susan in the Pink Hat said...

I've been meaning to get up to SL and visit. I always thought the sculpture was more of a refined folk art, which allows for some weirdness.

heavenisabookstore said...

Yup that's weird all right. lol But I love the large round stones stacked in a doorway fashion.

Rosey said...

You can't say that is boring. Wowsers.

I don't think many people could carry that off in their gardens. But this works.

Shelle said...

oh this is a super spot...enjoying all your wonderful, pretty photos too...love that doggie! take care...i'm stilll around about once a week...!

Titanium said...

Odd... and oddly captivating...

Beautiful shots of an artistic and creative place.

Rose said...

Wow, what a cool place! But there is something a little disturbing about those disembodied faces and feet:)

Tufa Girl said...

I wonder if the artist tossed them about or arranged them just so? Very interesting.

sweetbay said...

Ok that is wierd with a capitol W but I like it! In fact I'm surprised at how much I like it. The stone used is beautiful.

GardenJoy4Me said...

OMG !!! Kate girl : ) : )
You have your Halloween button turned on and it is looking GREAT !!
And .... I want to wish you a VERY Happy Birthday tomorrow too !
get your party pants on and have a blast girl !!!
Joy .. partner in crime via Halloween Choo Choo TRAIN !! hehehehe

GardenJoy4Me said...

PS .. I think I forgot to say HOW
Halloweeny this place it and I wish i could see it in person !!!!
EEEEKKKKKKKKKK !!!!
JOY : )

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