We visited so many things in Denmark. All of them are great. My editor reminded me the theme of the blog is gardening, so stick to the plan. I'm sharing a few more garden art inspired photos.
I love the little fellow above. There is just something about him. I am infatuated with the rocks hanging from a wire in the photo below. I looked everywhere for some to buy. I also considered bring back a suitcase of ocean round rocks and try to make one myself. If you look closely you can see apples on the bench and a picture of either beer or apple juice. The hens and chicks in the rock are also very cool.
The next three photos are from a nearby horse farm. Again the rock sculpture caught my attention when we first got there. It is quite soothing.
Don't you just want to sit on that bench with a glass of lemonade? The blue on the barn was a very common color. It is a very relaxing spot.
This flower garden was next to the chicken coop. Photos do not do justice to the colors of the phlox, clematis, and calendula. It was a lovely garden.
I hate to say these last three statues were not part of a garden, but part of a cemetery. I fell in love with them. This wasn't the statues of knights, horses, or lions that you expect to see in Europe. Instead they celebrated the tiny little creatures of Denmark. I regret to say I missed seeing a hedgehog by one day. A friend of Christina's had a beautiful little garden (Sorry I forgot the camera) and a little hedgehog family had shown up the night before we got there. Alas, I did not get to see them except in statue form.
Just a fraction of the beautiful things we saw thanks to my good friend. I'm not sure if you are tired of Danish photos. Maybe a few more posts. After all it was a once in a lifetime trip. Which garden art was your favorite?