Friday, June 17, 2005

A-mazed

**FLYING CONDITIONS: Partly Sunny**

I have a fixation with hedge mazes. I just adore them. I would love to have enough land one day to create one.

When I was around 10, my mom and I visited Colonial Williamsburg. I was very impressed by the Holly Maze at the Governor's Palace. I was a strange kid - I LOVED the 18th century, spooky things, romantic, yet gothic daydreams, etc. (I guess I really haven't changed that much!) The maze at the Palace was everything I thought was cool.







Photos by Charette

3 comments:

CarolynVB said...

Ooooh! I love these too! On a trip to Madrid awhile back, I saw an amazing formal garden with a very low hedge maze. It was the only thing I enjoyed in Madrid!

This site has pretty good pics of it...

http://www.bluffton.edu/~sullivanm/spain/madrid/escorial/escorial2.html

Cerys Clevercrow said...

Wow. That maze is something else!

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