WP Photo Challenge: Refracted Light

The underground gardens in Fresno gives shows off refracting to the maximum.  This hand dug castle took years to create, and served it owner as a garden as well as a home.

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His guests could drive right in.  We had to park on the street with the rest of the tourists!

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You can imagine how much the trees loved this filtered light.

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If I’m down, I just need to look at this next picture to feel up again. My brother took this picture at Navy Pier in Chicago when we traveled for his birthday last October.

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Author: Marsha

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11 thoughts on “WP Photo Challenge: Refracted Light”

  1. What a fascinating home he created.! It’s so interesting to learn how others tick, so to speak.
    I’m happy to leave the hard work to him, though. Give me a garden, a couple of dogs, and a cuppa, and I’m happy. 😉

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    1. And it’s good to see you again, Carolyn! I’ve missed seeing your happy face. It’s enough to make me want a cuppa coffee right now at nearly 9:00 pm. If you were here visiting in person, I think I’d pour us each one! Let the smiling begin. 🙂

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  2. Wow! Your post prompted me to read about this amazing castle on Wiki. Building something like this by hand over 40 years in one’s ‘spare’ time , is utter devotion. I would love to visit it one day, so have put it on my Bucket List. 🙂 Great take on the challenge, Marsha. Love your brother’s Ferris Wheel pic too. I remember reading about your trip together. 🙂

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