About halfway between Chattanooga and Atlanta lies the small town on Calhoun Georgia.
Tucked behind a local church lies a land of wonder, full of miniature creations of iconic towns, castles, cathedrals, bridges, and even the Coliseum.
Home to more than 50 structures, the buildings are crafted from tiny stones, shells, broken glass, wire, cement, and other craft materials. A visit to the garden can take you across the world including Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral—complete with stained glass windows—to awe-inspiring castles constructed of pebbles and shells.
The garden has been built by local parishioner DeWitt “Old Dog” Boyd. Having built structures as a hobby for his children over the years, DeWitt started the garden in 2007 saying “it was to keep me out of trouble, I’m kind of a scoundrel.”
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