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Sunday, 13 April 2008

Glory of the Garden


"Glory of the Garden" is another sculpture from Paul Margetts, creator of The Family.

The 3.5 metres high sculpture is situated in the Radcliffe Freedom Gardens, near the junction of Oldham Road and Water Street. The inspiration for the sculpture, and its name, comes from Rudyard Kipling's poem "The Glory of the Garden".

5 comments:

  1. well this is something I've never seen before.

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  2. I like it. It reminds me of a sculpture we have in Tungelsta called Touched By Flowers.

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  3. This really caught my eye in the portal.Good photo of a very unusual sculpture.

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  4. to sew seeds and plants out .to graft and propagate, wether it be peas and beans ,apples and plums ,roses and peonies ,is to make ones own positive stake in that future ,a gesture declaring there will be weeks .months .years ahead and he who plants sapling trees ,which will not arrive at their full maturity for fifty or a hundred years ,is not only an opimist but a benefactor to coming generations.

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  5. I live in Ashton and i have created a website with tons of free tips on how to get that perfect garden it also has a forum to post comments to other users the website is www.yourperfectgarden.co.uk please visit it thanks

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