Japanese Gardens in Winter - Part II

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Japanese Gardens in Winter

Fort Worth, TX

 

There is beauty in all seasons. Surrounded by the beauty and tranquility of Japanese Gardens in Fort Worth year round is a luxury. It is something I never take for granted. To fully appreciate the seasons, it's best to see and experience the Gardens at different times of the year. No two experiences are alike. 

 

Winter - photo taken 2/1/2016

Summer - photo taken in 2015

 

What I like about winter at the Japanese Gardens in Fort Worth, TX is that everything doesn't go dormant. It's a season of hope and dreams. The water pond is still very active with turtles, ducks and images of people and reflections. Signs of life in the pond symbolizes renewal of the connection between summer, winter; the seasons of human existence. A garden in winter is Paradise! Spring is a time for seeds to shoot out new possibilities. I hope the groundhog was right yesterday! Reflections on past photos, such as the one taken last summer is like putting on a pair of new prescription eye glasses. Everything becomes clearer! 

 

The following seven photos were taken on February 1, 2016. 

 

    

   

    

 

Scenery in winter at Japanese Gardens in Fort Worth, TX offers something different. For example, the dryness disappears but the sand raking in the Zen Rock Garden is intriguing and beautiful in both summer and winter. It evokes silence. Silence can be more powerful than spoken words.

 

 

Sun and shadow evokes a passage between night and day. It's the conscious and the unconscious thoughts and dreams that come full circle when you're alone at Japanese Gardens. It's a time for hope and the promise for peace. 

©written by Patricia Feager 2/3/2016

Japanese Gardens in Winter Fort Worth, TX

 

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Ron and Alexandra Seigel - the Gardens in Kyoto are just gorgeous! My daughter took me there when she lived in Japan. She lived there for nearly five years. I remember the peace and the quiet unlike anything else I experienced, except maybe in Sedona, AZ. 

I hope you get to Kyoto. I think there's something spiritual there. I have not been to the Japanese garden in LA or any other place expect Fort Worth. Oh the fun we'd have if we could travel around the world or just pick an island and meet up for lunch!

Feb 03, 2016 08:54 AM #2
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Bob "RealMan" Timm
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Great photography Patricia Feager, MBA, GRI, Cert Negotiations Expert, Military Relo Prof . That little bridge reminds me of one I was taking photos from once with a vintage camera and dropped the lens cover into the water. After about an hour in 40 degree water I found it.

Feb 03, 2016 09:11 AM #3
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Joan Dickie
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Thanks for the pictures.  I love the green scenes.

Feb 03, 2016 09:25 AM #4
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Linda Guess
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You took some beautiful photos.  I will have to visit the Japanese Gardens when if I get to Fort Worth.

Feb 03, 2016 09:31 AM #5
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Hi Patricia, I love the idea of traveling around the world and meeting for lunch. That should be mandatory as an AR member. Beautiful photos, I can picture myself on top of the bridge.

Feb 03, 2016 10:15 AM #6
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Bob "RealMan" Timm - I know that sick feeling when you loose a lens cover from a camera. But it must be worse if it's a vintage camera! I seem loose a lot of them but I never dropped it into 40 degree water temperatures. You were definitely determined to get it out! Good for you. 

Feb 03, 2016 10:44 AM #7
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Joan Dickie - Everything is so much prettier with 50 shades of green, especially after the rain and the sun comes out. I hope your spring comes early this year!

Feb 03, 2016 10:45 AM #8
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Linda Guess - I think you would definitely enjoy it. It's so calming and good for the soul! I hope you get to the Japanese Gardens in Fort Worth! Let me know if you're coming. 

Feb 03, 2016 10:46 AM #9
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Beth Atalay - Wouldn't that be the ultimate AR Meet-Up! Of course then those of us who show up should at the very least get a million points. Wouldn't you agree? 

Feb 03, 2016 10:49 AM #10
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Joy Bender
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Hi I love your Japanese Gardens photos in Fort Worth Thanks for sharing!

Feb 03, 2016 11:12 AM #11
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Myrl Jeffcoat
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Pretty little scenes, Patricia!  I live 90 miles from San Francisco.  I sometimes enjoy visiting the Japanese Gardens there.  There's a whole lot of zen there.

Feb 03, 2016 11:14 AM #12
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Hi Patricia thanks for sharing the Japanese Gardens with us, lovely photos.

Feb 03, 2016 11:32 AM #13
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Patrica

The Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach Florida winter is just another great day in South Florida.

Good luck and success.

Lou Ludwig

Feb 03, 2016 12:20 PM #14
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Good morning Patricia. This place looks amazing, I can understand why you came for a visit. Thank you for sharing the photos, they are special.

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Good morning Patricia. I love all the photos. Thank you for sharing.

Feb 03, 2016 07:53 PM #16
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Brian England
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Such a beautiful place to visit and from the pictures, it appears that things have been more well manicured since 2015.

Feb 03, 2016 10:21 PM #17
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Good Morning Patricia, I love the ducks and fish swimming together. Coexisting in perfect harmony. Even in the Winter the gardens are just a beautiful but, in a different way. What a wonderful place to visit.

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Patricia, if I ever get to visit Texas, I will definitely visit the Japanese Gardens in Fort Worth. I agree it is beautiful and peaceful.

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I have been to Fort Worth but missed the gardens. But I have seen the Kyoto gardens and they are a world apart and a place apart from the world, even though you are in the city.

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Hi, Patricia...your first paragraph says it all. There is beauty in all seasons. Your pictures are amazing. I love all of them. 

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