Lens Artists Photo Challenge – It’s a Small World

The Garden of Five Senses is a new park that opened in January 2020.

It’s a peaceful place for walking the garden paths.

On your walk, you’ll see smaller paths leading to water effects with benches for sitting and listening.

Due to the Covid restrictions, the park has been quite isolated.

It’s a quiet place with nature surrounding you in every little nook.

The perfect place to find your Zen.

Title – ‘Brother Reading Book’

Tiny young boy bronze sculpture reads while he guards the many paths surrounding his simple throne.

Pixie Waterfall – Sense of Sound
Tiny water fountains secluded from the path for quiet listening.

Pod Flowers – Sense of Touch

Tiny pods are firm to the touch yet produce these create delicate beautiful fragrant flowers.

Cactus Shrub – Sense of Touch
Tiny park flowers with tinier yellow centers brought a smile                                                                                           to my face as they were part of a cactus shrub.

Purple Colored Flower  – Sense of Sight

Tiny delicate purple flowers danced in the wind on the day I was photographing them.

Rosemary Herb  –   Sense of Taste & Smell

Tiny rosemary spurs send out a fragrant scent for the sense of smell. It’s a member of the mint family. Salvia rosmarinus, commonly known as rosemary, is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers, native to the Mediterranean region.

I hope you enjoyed some of the places I discovered while walking through ‘The Garden of Five Senses’. 2021©Isadora DeLaVega



Lens Artists Photo Challenge – It’s a Small World

Anne Sandler’s challenge LAPC #130–It’s a Small World

to join in click here

For future challenges follow one or all of these four moderators:

Week 1 – Patti 

                   Week 2 – Ann-Christine 

Week 3 – Amy 

Week 4 – Tina 

3 thoughts on “Lens Artists Photo Challenge – It’s a Small World

  1. Interesting, Isadora. I didn’t know rosemary was part of the mint family. The smell of rosemary is a “love it” or “hate it”–in my experience. I love its pungent smell, but I’m not crazy about the taste. I guess I’m the exception to the rule! You chose a peaceful spot this week. I love the pixie waterfall!

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    • Thanks for visiting, Patti. I’m pleased I added the mint part. I almost didn’t. I’m with you on the taste. It can be overpowering. I’ve discovered that rosemary is oily when you’re chopping by hand. I suppose that why they have rosemary oils. My dad used roasemary in chicken dishes. He always marinated it overnight. It wasn’t as strong. But, I still don’t eat chicken or cook dishes with rosemary. It must be an acquired taste. LOL Thanks again … Be Safe 😷 … Isadora 😎

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