I have lots of rocks to work with here in Kansas so I am always looking for ideas. Maine has lots of rocks too but they are sure bigger than ours!
This rock wall appears to have been built around a huge rock.
Here is an interesting path that must have involved some shaping of the stones. Just look at the luxurious plantings!
There were two walking mazes. The other one was a spiral that was meant to be walked barefoot. The outer edge had large pebbles embedded and they gradually got smaller as you got to the center.
This waterfall is huge! There are 4 tiers and it appears that some of the rock was naturally there and some was artistically placed to look as though it may have always been there.
The uppermost part consists of an enormous rock that was hollowed out to be a basin at the top.
I suggested to my husband that he might do that for our waterfall as it looks watertight,Â because here at home we have our own waterfall problems! He was not receptive!Â Just minutes before we had to leave for the airport we discovered that we had a leak. We did a temporary fix with a black plastic leaf bag and it worked great. After we got back home we tore it apart and laid in some new rubber liner. The can of foam that we had for sealing in the rocks didn’t last long so we were at a standstill until we could get some more. Then the rain came so now we have to wait for things to completely dry before we can proceed with the foam and the rocks to finish the job.
We got 3.5 ” of rain last night and almost an inch the day before!!Â It appears that most of it has soaked in so this should help a lot! The well that we use for filling the watergarden/fish pond had gone dry so we have had to use city water and treat it for chlorine, what a pain!