Operation: Landscape

There are many parts to the landscape “game.” Some are small, some large, some moving and some waving their arms frantically in the air, calling you over to handle the imaginary emergency that needs to get taken care of immediately or the world will end. But I digress. All of these parts are in perpetual movement, changing in appearance, size, color, and texture. It seems that the only constant among these parts is the level of attention needed to pull all of these pieces together without sounding the alarm. In order to do so, it seems a landscape expert has to be as deft and skilled as a surgeon… or at least, someone pretending to be one, playing the board game “Operation” without tripping the buzzer on the “patient’s” nose.     Read the article……….


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