You probably know that landscape designers create focal points to direct the eye to a selected area of the yard. For instance, symmetry is often employed to help focus attention on the desired spot. But the focal point is just one of the "tricks of the trade." Scale and line are examples of other landscape design concepts that deal with eye movement. In this photo gallery, I'll show you examples of how such concepts are applied. Clicking on the pictures below will take you to larger images and explanations of the concepts they illustrate.