Sunday, 29 April 2012

Leucadia Gardens, Pt. 5

Each of the gardens that we toured in Leucadia was distinct.

Here is the garden where ceramic artist Laird Plumleigh has lived for more than 35 years.

Oversized gates provide a dramatic entrance.

An aviary.

Even the birds have a beautiful home.

The entire front yard is covered in succulents.

Love this urn.

The details in this stone wall - shells, ceramic pottery, art!

Collection of palms with a seating area hidden inside.

A charming shed.

At the back of the property, past the fruit orchard, is a kiln with works in progress.
Beside that is a large building that houses ceramics for sale.

Visitors walked away with all sorts of purchased treasures.

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