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“A garden must combine the poetic and the mysterious with a feeling of serenity and joy.” ~ Luis Barragan Serentiy Joy

I have spent months getting the garden ready for my few weeks of downtime during my hip replacement recovery. I intentionally scheduled the surgery after…

The dahlias have finally started to bloom here in Idaho. In addition to a large garden they are my summer project. I planted over three dozen tubers. I can’t…

I spotted these guys on my last trip to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. They freaked me out, you know being bugs and everything, but I was so fascinated I had…

Stil life is a bit hectic, but I can see the end of it. Every time I pass my camerabag I hear a small voice, TAKE ME OUT. My camera have to wait a bit. This is…

This will probably be the last post in our Europe 2018 series. Christine and I were going through our photos from the Ireland National Botanical Gardens and had…

This afternoon I was playing around a bit with macro. My wife came in with some fresh sunflowers and she felt me coming. Yes dear you can take some photos. The…

There is just something so intimate and amazing when it comes to macro photography. The very essence of life gets revealed and appreciated when we take a closer…
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