Tuesday, March 24, 2009


A 15' span of fence received a gate. Instead of the woodland path dead-ending into the fence it continues thru a new entryway. Above & below, with my back to the new gate the camera shoots along the woodland path.
Below, turning my back toward the chair (above) while feet stay in the same spot, looking thru the new gate into my backyard.

Below, viewed from upstairs the chair is a focal point from many axis.

Larger leafed azaleas are tougher than small leafed azaleas.

Above, azaleas following the focal point rule, Just Let It Touch.
Garden Goal: standing still shoot a garden picture to the left, then shoot a garden picture to the right. Your garden must be both directions beautiful.
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara


Sheila said...

Beautiful spot in your garden.

Dawn said...

What a pleasure to discover your blog today. Your photos and writing are most enjoyable. Lovely!

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Not only serence and peaceful, but also full of nature's special nooks and crannies for children to explore and let their imaginations bubble over. . . anyone feeling like playing princess?

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