Photographing the Gems in your Garden


One of the joys of having a garden is instant access, no matter the weather, no matter the light.

Gem by Britt Conley

And that access if often best in soft light.  More details with soft diffusion is my preferred view.

It also means a rainy day can be a photographer’s best friend!

Up Close by Britt Conley

Even the blurring that can occur with a gentle breeze, often offers up it’s own lovely sentiment.

Gems by Britt Conley

Access is a lovely thing and it allows for exploration.  Take a look at the tiniest things.   Gardens are not always about the landscape.  They are about what is in the landscape. Enjoy the the nooks and crannies :)

Gem by Britt Conley


Related posts:

  1. Photographing Hibiscus
  2. Little Worlds of Wonder
  3. The Quarry Garden at Winterthur
  4. The Chairs of Longwood Gardens
  5. Part VII: The Japanese Style Garden at Brookside Gardens.





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