A stone bench in a wooded setting of trees in fall foliage in the Blue Ridge Mountains creates a quiet place for contemplation. Frederick Law Olmsted sited the Biltmore house and created a lagoon, woodlands, gardens that is considered a masterpiece and enjoyed by nearly one million visitors each year.
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- Frederick Law Olmstead_National Geographic magazine 3/2005