BY BARBARA J. MONROE
Stunning! The center of the first flower looks almost like coral or some sort of seaweed.
these are sumptuous. I need to close my mouth now.
I love the bleeding hearts, but they're all outstanding!
I looooove #1. Great job! That is really cool that they teach a class right there at the garden. I want to hear what they are teaching you!
beautiful photos Barbara! :) Thanks for linking up with the simple things. Rebecca
really gorgeous. looks like that is a great class!
Outstanding detail! That first shot is tops :)
Gorgeous work, Barbara! I think the bleeding hearts are my favorite, but these are all just lovely!
Fabulous macro shots.
Beautiful work! I like the third and the last best.
Beautiful details in these pictures.Lou
Thank you. I wish I could say that it was a good class, but it really wasn't. It was supposed to be a class on photography at dusk, so I thought we would be learning about techniques, but my teacher didn't really teach us anything. She just let us roam around the Garden and shoot and then would ask if we had questions. She did say one thing that stuck with me: "expose for the light." I started to try to do that in third and the fourth weeks. But, really, the best thing about the class was being able to walk around the Garden after hours when there were only a handful of us there.
Wow...I love all of these!