Creating a beautiful photograph is a mystery to me. The funny thing is when I look at my photographs I never see what it was that intrigued me in the actual scene. Funny thing is, it’s the same with how you view life. I’m working again and again to understand how to first take an… Continue reading It’s all in your point of view
Yellowing leaves drift down from the london plane tree outside our flat. Below the lawn is the dull yellow of late aumtumn straw. When I imagined our tour of English gardens and castles, I pictured vast green lawns and miles of roses. I saw misty hills and dew dripped petals. Yet England isn’t immune to… Continue reading The English Garden during heat wave and drought
Every Saturday in summer starts the same. Over morning coffee I browse gardening magazines seeing colorful, calming gardens. I picture my beds filled in with plans made during winter. In the shade, wonderful white flowers and healthy green leaves brighten a dark spot. On the patio, a comfy daybed under an umbrella beckons a lazy… Continue reading After very enriching trip with dear friend, my creativity is renewed. And there are chores to be done.