A Walk Through My Garden

Last week, I taught a camera phone, photography workshop.  Since I needed a few sample pictures for my presentation, I took a walk through my garden with my camera phone.  I know they aren’t the quality I get with my Canon 20D, but I did get some nice shots.

A detail of my sweet bird feeder.

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A black and white close up of one of my grapevine wreaths.

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I LOVE birdhouses.  My dad and I have a great time making them whenever we get a chance.  They are scattered throughout my garden.

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This one is my all time favorite.  My dad made it for us for Christmas a few years ago.

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These roses were here when we bought the house 17 years ago. I just love their tiny blooms.

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My breakfast spot and DIY table.

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These hydrangeas are loving the acidic soil between my lemon and orange trees.
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A bit of multi-tasking – watering and taking pictures.

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My favorite Jasmine plant. It is the Jasmine rose type. Looks like all of the attention I have been giving it has paid off.  It is full of blooms and they smell heavenly!

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Food for our visitors.

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wpid-wp-1404670576319.jpegMy garden studio where I am very lucky to spend many hours painting and creating jewelry.

Have a wonderful, creative day, Janell

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7 thoughts on “A Walk Through My Garden

  1. I loved it so much I cried..miss you and your garden terribly. Loved it all and could almost smell the Jasmine blooms. Wonderful walk thru your garden!! Hugs to all of you!

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