A new friend from a current garden photography project i’m working on. It was a snowflake I was happy to see in the heat of the summer.
208/365: yellow-fringed water snowflake
It’s just what caught my eye – stacked up along the alley – all weathered wood, dappled sunlight and sky blue.
207/365: pallet in blue
I typically see this telephone line as an eyesore. But for this moment, I chose to look at it from a different perspective.
Inspiration is where you find it.
206/365: land line / sky line
Simply magical sky the other night. Not the kind that stops traffic. But it should.
204/365: peach-colored sky
Nature as artist.
203/365: maple leaf imprint on concrete
Another new appearance in the native plant garden. This one is said to attract hummingbirds. Fingers-crossed…
205/365: royal catchfly
Capturing this photo felt akin to bottling sunshine. Now if I can just figure out how to do it with time…
202/365: prairie coneflower (Ratibida pinnata)
Yep. Now it’s summer.
201/365: local sweet corn (first of the season)
A favorite color combo found in the garden with super-vibrant colors that are 100% natural. I didn’t move a slider or massage a single pixel. This here’s REAL :)
Yeah, sure, get organized. But, more importantly: stay inspired.
I'm a fine art photographer living in Minneapolis. My work is about seeing the beauty of the everyday.
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