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Photography: Finding Beauty’s Remains

 

Before stumbling on the amazing display of lights across the gardens, I was able to capture some of the remaining beauty hanging on.  Had you asked me years ago if I would take pictures of plants not in full bloom – I probably would have said no.  Spring is when beauty sings!  However, I have grown in my understanding and see beauty in any season.

 

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30 thoughts on “Photography: Finding Beauty’s Remains

  1. Wow, you have taken some incredible photos! I love how you have captured the plants bathing in the sunlight, each plant is stretching for its last glimpse of spring. Stunning!

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  2. hey these photos are amazing! I’ve been thinking of getting a new camera recently – this is persuading me even more! if you have a moment – check out my blog? x

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    1. So glad you say that – I do too! Strange, because many would prefer fresh, crisp, and new. I find it amazing in all its stages but the beauty of decay is also present.

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    1. Funny thing is – we often escape at some point to California in the winter. While I love the seasons, I also love that some places remain intact. I know it is colder and a bit grayer, but there is something to be said also for the beauty of permanence 🙂

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