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It was cold and snowing lightly but at least the sun came out and smiled upon us for part of the day. During this time of year I will take any amount of sunshine I can get! This area was … Continue reading
When all of the elements fall into place (pun not quite intended) nature gives us one last hurrah before closing shop for the winter. Here are some images I took within a colorful two week window. It was fun walking … Continue reading
The Schnormeier Gardens in Gambier, Ohio were a wonderful opportunity, thanks to my photography club, to see something that I would probably never have gotten to experience otherwise. As we leave the gardens here is one of the many statues … Continue reading
After leaving the streams we came upon this section of the gardens. It is called the cup gardens because two cup shaped gardens are carved out of the hillside featuring large boulders and of course the myriad of trees and … Continue reading
This was one of the most tranquil spots in the gardens. All you heard was the water running downhill over large rocks and you were surrounded by trees that formed a canopy over the stream. I took this one shot … Continue reading
A selfie, the view from behind the teahouse and a busy rhododendron hopping bee.
More like corn that you see comes up to a photographers knee. Slipping a barn photo in here to say HAVE A HAPPY FATHER’S DAY! Hmmmmm that rhymed too 😉
Recently my photography group had the privilege of visiting this 75 acre property of gardens. The owners have been building these since 1996 in the hills of central Ohio. As stated, they are private and are only opened to the … Continue reading
Now that I look at these images I face palm myself (gently) and think I should’ve done Spring and Fall too! Maybe next year. But next year I won’t be traveling this road across the river anymore because I will … Continue reading