First of all, the Grounds for Sculpture is a beautiful natural site. Just as one example, here are two photos of stands of weeping blue atlas cedar:
and here's me, grooving on nature:
But there are also sculptures:
and more sculptures:
And lots and lots of sculptures by Seward Johnson, heir of Johnson & Johnson and apparently the unofficial Kitschy Sculptor Laureate of New Jersey:
and for perspective:
And you know Renoir's The Boating Party, right?
Well, Here's Seward Johnson's take on it (the water in the background is real):
But of course, the most important feature of the Grounds for Sculpture is the aptly-titled Friends Acting Stupid.
It was a lovely day.