It’s quite easy to go outside and get beautiful
pictures from the garden when everything
is blooming and the colors are vivid and rich.
I walked around and around with my camera, trying
to decide what to capture and share with you.
I swear, there is NOTHING blooming in the garden
right now! Nothing!
Trying to capture the beauty of the garden
in the fall is much more challenging.
I found myself searching for texture more than color.
This Japanese maple is one of the more beautiful
trees in the garden at the moment. It’s thread-like
leaves painted various colors of green, yellow,
and shades of red.
The weathered wood of the butterfly house…
The lumpy, bumpy hedge apples on the bird/squirrel
Stacks of clay pots and rusty garden tools…
Fenway Park ivy climbing up the stone chimney…
Yes, fall is beautiful, just another kind of beautiful.