One of my favourite places to visit is Jeffrey Bale's World of Gardens.
Jeffrey is a designer and builder of intimate landscapes using stone, mosaic and plants.
He travels regularly and his work is greatly influenced by his journeying around the world.
For years he's been inspired to create a harem in his own garden based on his travels in India and Turkey.
These beautiful photos of Moria and Nagasita in various Odissi dance positions were taken in Jeffrey's garden by Scott Belding.
His fantasy has become a reality.
You might like to take some time out from your reality and visit Jeffrey's fantasy here...
Monday, November 5, 2012
Fantasy Becomes A Reality In Jeffrey Bale's World Of Gardens...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: bacchanalian party, bohemian style, handmade finery, harems, india, jeffrey bale's world of gardens, living the dream, mosaics, mudras, odissi dance, scott belding, tribal fusion belly dance, turkey
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He is a wise and clever man. Harem garden -why didn't I think of that?ReplyDelete
What garden? (Grin)ReplyDelete
Actually, I took these photos, not Scott. His were illuminated with a flash and have a brighter look....JeffreyReplyDelete