“We are extremely excited to be part of the Nat Geo WILD family and look forward to sharing our love for the water feature lifestyle with viewers around the world. Stay tuned for more information!” says – Greg Wittstock- (Owner-CEO) I first met Greg Wittstock in the late 90’s and we kinda hit it off […]Read More Aquascape Goes Wild, Nat Geo Wild
Everyone needs to check out this artist installation art. Especially his “living sculpture“. Powered by ScribeFire.Read More Alastair Heseltine
It’s been awhile since we posted on one of my most favorite subjects-stone. I thought I would remedy that with this image of a waterfall and stream bed of one of my former design projects. The job was installed in 2006 and I snapped the picture early last week. [ Edge stone buried in help […]Read More An Appreciation of Stone (39)
[The stones that hold the stream edge together sell the illusion.]Read More An Appreciation of Stone (33)
More on yesterdays Hardscape Plan Now we can take a look at where that sandstone walkway goes to. The bridge leads directly to the fire pit area, in a very enclosed area. Just above the fire pit is the mound with boulders and plantings. To the bottom side the pond surrounds the fire pit. I […]Read More The Importance of Hardscape Design (5)
posted; 07/05/06 Not as happy with this final project-can you guess why??? This was taken about 6 months after completion. The stone is a West Virginia field stone.Read More Stream, Falls, several years ago.
posted; 07/01/06 Stream pictured is in it’s 3rd season (early), and is coming along nicely.Read More A Stream for the residential Waterfeature