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Tag Archives: garden photography
Nancy Merrill has once again given us worthy photographic challenge to share this week. Offer a photo that has been unedited. And so we present a photograph in the raw, as it were. This is a look out the back … Continue reading
Several weeks ago I visited a beautiful garden in Mint Hill, NC. Mary Griggs began developing her two acre garden almost 25 years ago, and what she has created is nothing short of breathtaking. Mary told me was inspired by … Continue reading
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is NEW HORIZONS. Please come with me. Cross the threshold and enter through the door to see what there is to discover in this beautiful garden. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/new-horizon/
In response to Kimberley at Cosmos and Cleome who wanted to see crape myrtle blossoms close up.
HeyJude has issued her Garden Photo challenge for February to illustrate MONOCHROME. Pine Needles: Moss: Stone: Leaves: https://smallbluegreenflowers.wordpress.com/2016/02/07/garden-photography-monochrome/