GREEN IMPRESSIONS

Posted: May 21, 2016 in 60mm lens, Details, Flowers, Photography

More of the shade garden in a gallery of impressions–light, movement, color, grace.

I talked with the daughter of a well-known painter a few years ago and she told me that once, when her father left for trip to South America, he did not pack any green paint because he wanted to be forced to paint the richness and variety of what he saw, rather than someone else’s narrow definition of green. Working with my shots of the past few days, that story kept popping up in my thoughts. Green? The possibilities are wonderfully infinite.

Taking a two week break (really? Didn’t you just take a couple of months off?) to visit my family in the south and, on the way there, a return visit to…drum roll, please…the Junkyard of My Dreams! 

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Comments
  1. Betsy says:

    Love the “greens” and your narration.

  2. Lignum Draco says:

    Nice set, Valley girl. Enjoy your break, and your frolic in the junkyard. 😉

  3. Jane Lurie says:

    Scrolling through the sensual greens full of beautiful serene curves, then BAM I get hit with Jagged Edge! 🙂 All terrific shots, Patricia. Have a great trip!

  4. sedge808 says:

    your macros are soooo good.

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