A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
I know grass artists are very proud of their lines. The head mower at Fenway Park holds seminars on this, as well as making pictures, words, and logos in lawns. Great shots!
I love this artists work, beautiful pics Jach!
I bet this is not as 'straightforward' (haha!) as it looks!! The sky is gorgeous in that top shot Jack, the turret has a slightly medieval look to it. Hartford has a lot of very old and beautiful buildings methinks.
Both buildings and their vast lawns are perfect places to practice this "art." The towers on each of them are also quite unique. The architecture seems very classic in design also.
Yes, I am truly amazed. They've taken lawn mowing to an art form.
I always like to see these designs on lawns. However, I don't think I would have the patience to do this on my own.
Very nice captures. I really like the lines in the first shot with the blue skies and puffy white clouds.
Both are wonderful!Have a nice weekend, Jack:)
Golf courses are often mowed like this too, but I've never managed to get such a good shot of it! Love this. :D
Great pictures Jack!
Fab panoramas, Jack. Love the grass art! I've got public art on my blog today--we're on the same wavelength, thousands of miles apart. Pretty neat.
Two grand, stately buildings! I hope the lawn mowing crew wear hats and sunscreen while doing those lawns!
Beautifully cut! I love those lines.
Grass artist, I like the term and it seems really appropriate for these pictures.
These are velvet carpets made to magnify the wonderful buildings!
Soon we'll see Grass circles! They have some proud gardeners.
I do love your grass art! Delightful captures and such beautiful skies!! Hope your weekend is off to a great start, Jack! Enjoy!Sylvia
The buildings are great but the lawns are fabulous! The grass art is always one of the neat things about watching a baseball game in a stadium with natural turf.
Well those stately building are worthy of great art lawns.
Yes, it's a cool effect on grass and the diffrent curves on the top shot make for a great photo, not to mention the fantastic building in the background.
I used to mow my grass and was intent on getting the lines straight. I am sure that comes as no surprise...Now, I have a nice yardman, very reasonably priced.Bises,Genie
Like everyone else I'm drawn into the photos because of the lawns. In St. Louis at the new Busch Stadium they mow the arch in the outfield to replicate the Arch that you can see peaking out over the top of the stadium in the outfield.
A pair of majestic buildings and photographs! Gotta give the grass cutters credit...of course, that is an incredibly boring job (so far as I'm concerned) that they probably dreamed up such patterns in order to avoid going a wee bit crazy!
These lawns are too good to be true! And splendid views, too!
Beautiful shots of a resplendent place.
I get it . I so get it. I had a big big yard for a long time and cutting the grass every week was taxing but gratifying as well.V
These pictures are lovely, the seminary looks so peaceful. Happened to stumble upon your blog and its lovely. Do visit mine at http://karenxavsphotography.blogspot.com/Karen Xavier.
Ha! I love the paths created in fresh-mowed lawns.
Wow! That first photo is awesome! Aren't we lucky to live in such glorious places?!
That first shot is one of the best shots I've seen on here in a long time.
A beautiful building.
You sure live in a gorgeous part of the country. Lovely photos, lovely buildings, interesting grass "art".
I never tire of seeing these places Jack, thanks for sharing.
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