Jennifer Paire's Outside Posts

I am so grateful my teen and tween can still be kids and play for a few moments without the bickering. Just had to be sure I remember it!

When pondering how to photograph lucky, my first thought was how much fun it used to be at our previous home to go into the backyard and look for a four-leaf…

The combination of crisp morning air, sunshine and dew inspired me to stop long enough to make an attempt at bokeh. This is not my first try, but it is the…

I know I mentioned my trip to Gibbs Garden in North Georgia, not even 15 miles from my home. This garden garden covers 40 acres and is known as the largest…

I admit it, I cheated on the garden challenge. I love gardens and am so fortunate to have grown up with family members with green thumbs, those who lived on…

The debate over whether to have the inaugural hike of a new women's ministry, Sole Sisters, was up and down for days. We were beat down by overcast skies and…

The sun was coming down on this field of Johnson grass, probably making it more golden than it really was. It stood out so beautifully against a bright blue sky…

I may have let the sun get too low to convey how soft this moss can be. But, it is beautiful, organic, and fuzzy. How would you have shot it? I am eager to…

Clouds are a favorite for me. Our skies had been overcast for days, but these clouds were on the move and there was the possibility they would entertain. By…

January and February have some of the bluest skies I have ever seen. Maybe this is because they are framed by browns and grays. I do appreciate rain and other…

Budding Winter The largest camellia bushes I remember made a hedge dividing my grandmother's front yard from the neighbor's on one side. The dark soil beneath…
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