Garden Photos of a Seasons Past
I thought a break in the drizzle and my labor camp duties would be a fine time to revisit some garden curiosities with my camera, especially before the tiller tines erased all clues. Nature is beautiful even in decay, and the remnants of seasons past make for artful subjects.
A Closer Look at My Garden in Early Spring
Nature’s pinata: the dried hollow shell of a crookneck squash, seed treats long gone.
Hope you enjoyed the images of my garden at rest. Under a full moon, and in earshot of a chorus of frogs, a new season approaches, the soil reveals life and seeds are planted. What is old feeds that which is new. Growing joy.