Art in the Garden

Shadowed.

Shadowed.

I photographed some interesting sculptures in my garden over the weekend.

Lights

Lights

Really, I was working on my deck and looking down at the yard as the sun moved overhead, the clouds and leaves cast shadows and dapples on the garden. The dandelion fluff was at one moment aglow and another somber. Especially when they are so tall they’ve always reminded of a 1960s decorative light fixture, some sort of a pole lamp where all the globes could be set at a different wattage. So it was. Three variations, though actually many more.

In a Storm

In a Storm

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4 Comments

  1. Thank you for giving dignity to the lowly dandelion. Have you seen and read Lilias Trotter’s work featuring dandelions?

    1. Bernadette says:

      Michele, thank you. I have not seen that work, I’ll have to go and look it up, what fun!

  2. createwithjoy says:

    SO Beautiful Bernadette – congrats on your Inspire Me Monday feature this week! 🙂

    1. Bernadette says:

      Belated thanks, Ramona!

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