|Landscape architecture as a stand-alone work of art.|
|Landscaping which enhances but does not compete with the house itself.|
|We named out "estate" Slopewood.|
|The backyard waterfall I designed and|
built replaced the old steps down into
|The French seek to dominate nature, the English to emulate it.|
|The Moorish Alhambra may be more famous for its gardens than its palaces.|
|The gardens near the house tend to be formal while across the road, the famous Japanese gardens seem almost wildly informal as can be seen on the map.|
|The Getty Center landscape architecture.|
|The possibilities are limited only by the landscape|
architect's imagination and the clients wallet.
|The perspective view (and often the plan itself) can be created using |
a special CAD program designed for the purpose.
|On a large scale such as this, the landscape architect|
might well become involved in city planning.
|The artistry of the flower bed.|
|The landscape nightmare on Elm Street. Too much is quite enough.|