Zen Gardens in Lexington

“Found” landscapes have great appeal to me. I search for places that have the attributes of Zen Gardens, namely enclosure and abstract objects of contemplation. Here, a series of mounds, with slightly emerging stones, and a strong a linear perspective created by abandoned tobacco warehouses lead one’s thoughts from the past to the future.  The power lines remind us of our dependency.  How do we transition?


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