Gardens at Waters East has taken more than a thousand (1000) pictures of the gardens during this Winter season. Taking photos was a great way to be outdoors while yet unable to get down in the dirt.
Since there are so many pictures, only a small portion have been selected to reflect the days of the Winter 2010 – 2011. They are broken into a number of postings. Viewers, if they so choose, can look at a one or the other postings in this series and not have to view a long running almost never ending “photo shoot”.
Here then, is an overview and a recollection of Winter past. May it prove to be an opportunity for “reflection” and “pause” on a season that quiets us all down just a little, and gets us ready for the seemingly endless and busy season of gardening and growth which comes next.
Enjoy the Beauty. Enjoy the Quiet
Pause & Reflect
Large bolders in snowmelt
(3 - 5 feet) on beach
with Lake Michigan in the background
Gardens at Waters East
"hanging on for dear life"
SPECIAL NOTE: To view more of the many other photos of the Winter Season of 2010 - 2011, check out some of the recent past postings.
Reference Note: For a complete list of the ten (10) Principles of Design used here and throughout Gardens at Waters East, check out the archive postings for November 14 – 24, 2010.
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I love winter and enjoy looking at your pictures. Cedar tree picture is my favorite here. How can they do it? I mean trees.ReplyDelete
I really love your winter photos as well! Now hope to see spring ones very soon... :)ReplyDelete
Such beautiful winter images Jack!!! I did enjoy them so much. I don´t know if that water is the sea or a lake, whatever, you are really blessed to have it near.ReplyDelete
beautiful photographs as alwaysReplyDelete