In Japan, rock gardens abound. Usually made by monks these abstract 'gardens' are used during meditation by emptying the mind and allowing yourself to make form out of the raked rocks. Some people see mountains, others islands in the sea. Regardless, it is a place to let your mind do the walking for a change.

This sight is owned and operated by Roger and Aimee Altizer.
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I'm surprised you were willing to scroll down thins far!

since February 20, 1997; thanks for checking!

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