A Walk in the Garden ~ Nature Photography

All photography by Jane Grueber

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I watch out of the front window as a gentle spring rain soaks the garden beds filled with seeds and seedlings. My camera and I cannot resist nature in its infancy or at its most divine peak.

The seductive smells of rain and the nearby forest as I wade among plum and cherry blossoms, hyacinths and daffodils fill me with profound gratitude for the infinite abundance all around.
The sage that was discarded at the garden shop is soaking up the rain and thriving.

The hyacinths are trumpeting their beauty and scent signaling the beginning of a season of delicious feasts.

Snails are making themselves very comfortable in the garden among the herbs. This granddaddy has his eye on me as I come in for a close up.

These purple delights are one of the first flowers to stand up and get my attention.
Plants put in the ground late last year are making their debut.
Woolly Thyme returns, much to the delight of the snails. Perhaps its soothing for their sore foot.

As I walk, my connection to the Earth deepens. I am grounded. The planet provides us with all we need to not only survive, but thrive.  Photographs help remind me of this truth.

What could we do without it?


2 Comments Add yours

  1. ishanlin says:

    Nature never ceases to amaze me! Nice shots.

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