These pictures are from Shore Acres State Park in Oregon—once the estate of pioneer lumberman and shipbuilder Louis J. Simpson, now the site of a five-acre formal garden overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Looking over my pictures I don't seem to have been feeling like taking any wide-angle photos, as most of my pictures are more focused on individual things. So nothing showing the large-scale structure of the gardens, sorry.
These aren't real birds, they're just statues—but very nice-looking ones.
Slightly-wider view of the pond they reside in.
Do not adjust your monitor! This picture is not upside down—it's a reflection showing the lovely conifers surrounding the park.
The park had a small greenhouse full of various flowers and plants. This particular one caught my eye for its spiral leaf patterns. (The text says “rex begonia 'Escargot'”.)
Another picture of a second plant of the same type, showing off those radical foliage helices.