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The Harmony Garden
Kyoto was filled with thousands of these tiny gardens with ponds and little rivers. Which one to take photos of first?!?
None of them seemed to have artificial pumps that moved the water around. I always think of that whenever I see little gardens with water features in the states, or like they sell at Sam's. Somehow, it seems, Japanese garden-masters are able to constantly refill their ponds by keeping the appropriate amount of dew forming on surrounding leaves, which then drips into the pond, which then goes down a perfect little waterfall, and ends up at another perfect pond about 50 paces away.
- Trey Ratcliff
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