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2016-04-08_14742_WTA_5DSR Abandoned Warehouse
1 Abandoned Warehouse
2016-04-08_14745_WTA_5DSR Abandoned Warehouse
2 Abandoned Warehouse
2016-04-08_14427_WTA_5DSR Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden  - Around 1988, he began trimming the evergreen plants around his yard into unusual shapes. In addition to the boxwood and yew found…
3 Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden - Around 1988, he began trimming the evergreen plants around his yard into unusual shapes. In addition to the boxwood and yew found there originally, he began transplanting holly, fir, loblolly pine and other plants as they became available. His living sculptures are astounding feats of artistry and horticulture. Many of the plants in Pearl’s garden were rescued from the compost pile at local nurseries. With Pearl’s patience and skilled hands, these “throw aways” have thrived and have been transformed into wonderful abstract shapes. Pearl Fryar and his garden are now internationally recognized and have been the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles, television shows, and even a documentary, Man Named Pearl. Today, the Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden draws visitors from around the globe.
2016-04-08_14495_WTA_5DSR Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden  - Around 1988, he began trimming the evergreen plants around his yard into unusual shapes. In addition to the boxwood and yew found…
4 Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden - Around 1988, he began trimming the evergreen plants around his yard into unusual shapes. In addition to the boxwood and yew found there originally, he began transplanting holly, fir, loblolly pine and other plants as they became available. His living sculptures are astounding feats of artistry and horticulture. Many of the plants in Pearl’s garden were rescued from the compost pile at local nurseries. With Pearl’s patience and skilled hands, these “throw aways” have thrived and have been transformed into wonderful abstract shapes. Pearl Fryar and his garden are now internationally recognized and have been the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles, television shows, and even a documentary, Man Named Pearl. Today, the Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden draws visitors from around the globe.
2016-04-08_14475_WTA_5DSR Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden  - Around 1988, he began trimming the evergreen plants around his yard into unusual shapes. In addition to the boxwood and yew found…
5 Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden - Around 1988, he began trimming the evergreen plants around his yard into unusual shapes. In addition to the boxwood and yew found there originally, he began transplanting holly, fir, loblolly pine and other plants as they became available. His living sculptures are astounding feats of artistry and horticulture. Many of the plants in Pearl’s garden were rescued from the compost pile at local nurseries. With Pearl’s patience and skilled hands, these “throw aways” have thrived and have been transformed into wonderful abstract shapes. Pearl Fryar and his garden are now internationally recognized and have been the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles, television shows, and even a documentary, Man Named Pearl. Today, the Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden draws visitors from around the globe.
2016-04-08_14444_WTA_5DSR Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden  - Around 1988, he began trimming the evergreen plants around his yard into unusual shapes. In addition to the boxwood and yew found…
6 Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden - Around 1988, he began trimming the evergreen plants around his yard into unusual shapes. In addition to the boxwood and yew found there originally, he began transplanting holly, fir, loblolly pine and other plants as they became available. His living sculptures are astounding feats of artistry and horticulture. Many of the plants in Pearl’s garden were rescued from the compost pile at local nurseries. With Pearl’s patience and skilled hands, these “throw aways” have thrived and have been transformed into wonderful abstract shapes. Pearl Fryar and his garden are now internationally recognized and have been the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles, television shows, and even a documentary, Man Named Pearl. Today, the Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden draws visitors from around the globe.
2016-04-08_14750_WTA_5DSR Abandoned Warehouse
7 Abandoned Warehouse
2016-04-08_14755_WTA_5DSR Abandoned Warehouse
8 Abandoned Warehouse
2016-04-08_14770_WTA_5DSR Abandoned Warehouse
9 Abandoned Warehouse
2016-04-08_14820_WTA_5DSR Abandoned Home
10 Abandoned Home

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