Landscape Photography

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The design by Shirley Watts is bee inspired, the papers arcs overhead mimic the the flight patterns of bees, the planting is bee-friendly, the concrete...

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I look forward to the annual announcement of the Pantone color of the year.  I now have a 2 year running track record of  having...

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Apparently you must make it yourself. Flocked trees are not popular here, and I simply don't know why.  I've got my 2009 tree, it's up...

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The holidays are coming and great gifts are needed.  Idea # 1 - beautiful photography by Heidi Romano. These images were taken at the School...

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I have start with apologies, I have meant to write so much more often than I have been able to, since being here in So...

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google earth letters alphabet
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I have been looking for inspiration for christmas card designs for my family and for my business.  I have not yet honed in on what...

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A picture can inpsire so many thoughts.  Here is what this one, by photographer Jacqui Hurst, makes me think about:  Maybe the best way to...

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I have to say, I am so sorry to be missing this year's third and final annual display of Kiku (Japanese for chrysanthemum) at the...

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carmel california cottage garden inspiration
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California here we come!!....Is Carmel-by-the-Sea within a days drive round trip (with 2 kids) of LA?  I hope so, because I would really love to...

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1. Getty Garden, 2. Garden, Paul Getty Museum, LA, 3. Getty Garden, 4. Getty gardens I am making plans for a trip to LA and...

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Let me introduce you to Ingrid.  Her blog called Of Spring and Summer is a lovely collection of her photography, and garden related art and...

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1. Patterns, 2. Lily of the Valley, 3. Untitled, 4. 春だね~!, 5. friday's flower power, 6. Frond, 7. green in white, 8. TW Garden 09,...

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Are you heady for Halloween?   I can't help myself....it is not until Saturday, but I have to share this spooky garden with you....hopefully I will...

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La llareta (up to 3,000 years old, Atacama Desert, Chile) As a designer I counsel people all the time about the long term growth of...

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It is with a certain sense of Colorado girl pride that I share with you this landscape destination.  A Colorado ghost town turned knock your...

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Is it me or does this lamp bring out some sort of carnal desires....like a need to go howl in the dark under the light...

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Neville Trickett and his wife Sharon are people, who upon discovering, I became instantly fascinated with.  I read about them at one of my favorite...

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Surfing is one of those things I really (really really) want to learn to do.  I love surfer culture and want to enjoy the ocean...

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Materials are really what you make of them and in an artist's or masters hands the most simple and mundane can become truly extraordinary.  I...

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I had to share these pictures of what I presume is part of the studio's of O*GE Interactive Gallery (who is responsible for the Jerusalem...

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I am finding inspiration is in an odd and rather depressing place. 100 Abandoned Houses is a beautiful but haunting photography project by Kevin Bauman....

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