Saturday, October 10, 2009


When I'm out and about, I am liable to stop in the middle of the road or, at least, suddenly pull over to the side in order to shoot an image that speaks to me. The iPhone is the ususal camera of choice these days as it's always with me and it's such an immediate medium.

The Hydrangea was sitting in a small turquoise candle votive on my kitchen counter when I discovered the late afternoon sun igniting it and the yellow of the countertop. The Morning Glories were intwined in a tree beside a narrow one-way street and they lit the gray rainy day with that shocking blue, so who could pass that by. The mirror image is actually a portion of a mirrored horse's head - a sculpture which stands in front of a Germantown, TN garden center on Poplar. There are several horses in that area, but the mirrored one is amazing.

Last Days of the Hydrangea

Little Glories in Rain


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