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Mar242010

Web Photos That I Like

Laurie Phelps and Molly Ginn began working together in 2005 doing custom gardening in Talbot County, Maryland. Each brought over two decades of gardening experience, and a strong work ethic, to the team appropriately called Distictive Gardening. Combining their love of gardening with a meticulous eye for perfection, they have created memorable gardens and maintained beautiful properties, while formed close relationships with their clients. Click on the image to visit their site.

I have been granted permission to dip into their collection of exquisite garden photographs in order to share them with my readers. The enclose picture is the image I stumbled upon quite accidentally. Titled "Bulbs 3", it caught my eye and drew me into their web site. I wish I could re assure readers that compositions like this just happen, but they do not. It takes astute gardeners with keen eyes to put such an arrangement together. It takes even greater talent to isolate the composition  and capture it digitally.

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    Photo of Galanthus[ or Snowdrops] posted by Espirit to eons. com- Click on the image to visit that site. Why are Snowdrops so exciting? Never having seen them before today, I have not been able to appreciate the fuss about their anticipated emergence. Here in Montreal, they do not grow easily ...

Reader Comments (3)

What a beautiful website! I thought I was in an English Garden.

Eileen

March 24, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEileen

Very pretty picture!

March 24, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSheila

We are in a deep freeze. Winter came early this year so it's nice to see your beautiful photos.

November 26, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEdmonton Gardener

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