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One of the best ways to demonstrate how garden designers can dramatically alter the character of a garden is by taking photographs from the same spot before and after the work has been completed. What has taken place between the photos is the design process: the listening, thinking, noticing, problem-solving, assessing, designing and building of the new garden.

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Before image 1   After image 1

^ The lawn dominates this front garden


^ A new brick path and deeper beds begin to bring back the focus into the garden

Before image 2   After image 2

^ The view through this garden gate is underdeveloped


^ A new brick path that curves out of view will entice visitors into this garden

Before image 3   After image 3

^ This garden lacked depth and a sense of mystery


^ Layers of trellis panelling, paths and deeper beds help to set the property deeper into the grounds

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