Mezzanine 1 level
As with the lower level, the transition between mezzanine 2 and mezzanine 1 consisted of a granite wall, a rock fall and and a small waterfall.
Not such a high transition as between mezzanine 1 and the lower pool
More concrete foundations!
The small wall completed
The granite wall emulates the wall lower down in the garden.
The stream was dug, lined and stones were then added.
As made a few mistakes (i.e. removing the dams), I had to lay the stream while the stones were down - not to be recommended! Here I show the ground cleared for the laying of the granite bridge.
When we were laying the granite bridge, which took four of us
But is was all worthwhile in the end. By the way, I had to invite four colleagues around one Sunday morning to help me place the bridge which weighed over 200kG! It was not easy - and this is the smallest of the bridges available.
The granite bridge in place and some azalea clumps
I really do like this part of the garden...
This is the what I hope to be the final layout of the water fall
An aerial view shows the complete mezzanine 1 level.