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It's a treat to see the art inside the Hillwood house, as I didn't make it inside. Lovely pieces!

Karen Rexrode

I also see that I missed a lot outside, I really could have spent all day there. So much to see.


Apparently you are drawn to focal points.

Barbara Patton

Beautiful photos, Karen. It is an interesting mix of formal gardens and informal ... I love the gardens at Hillwood, and did you know that Marjorie Meriweather Post also built Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach from 1924-1927?

Karen Rexrode

Thank-you Barbara, I did not know about the house in Mar-A-Lago. I found this article about it, she spared no expense, much like Hillwood.https://www.biography.com/news/mar-a-lago-history#!


The art was splendid in many of the gardens. I enjoyed it all. Great post! ~~Dee

Karen Rexrode

Dee, I was "over the moon" with the creative ways people employed art into the landscapes.

Lisa at Greenbow

Fabulous look at all of this art work. Wow.

Karen Rexrode

Lisa, There really was sooo much of everything. What a delightful time we had.

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