The Days of our Lives through photographs

Federico Santi & John Gacher of Newport Rhode Island

September 11, 2005

September / when young we did not look forward to September . . . School and all . . . now the long light of the afternoon and last of the pleasantly warm days . . . this is good.

Looks like bronze or aged copper . . . greater than life size in one of the garden beds.

This is the 'famous' germanium that we wintered over last year . . . a morning glory has now grown up through it reaching up the spiral staircase to the balcony.

Time is stripping the white paint off our garden benches. The wood is teak so the loss of paint is fine.

The cannas in the pots are over 5' tall and bloom and bloom and bloom. . . The snake crawling over the garden pavilion is white rope lighting.

The head of Zeus again much greater than life size rests on our garden wall.

Flowers at the end of summer.


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