February 8, 2009


I know it seems like I’m double-dipping on this one (both in the butterfly sense and in the Tip’o’the ‘At sense – so I guess I’m triple dipping), but I think this one bears mention.

I mean, come on. It looks like a butterfly! It tastes like a butterfly! It must be one. No, in truth, the four leaf clover weave is quite a bit different, both in execution and appearance, so I don’t feel bad. And the placement of the rocks is different.

If you pay close attention to my body of work, you might notice that six stones arranged in this way is kind of my hallmark. I hope that if zen gardens become a big thing world wide, that this arrangement is known as Six-Stone Girard style.

Then I’ll die happy.


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