Summer Wonders from a Wonderful Garden

Here are labeled photos by Tina Gram from this summer (July-August 2021) in her spectacular garden in Somerville. She selected, described and sent them in response to my recent request to friends to share their photos of plants they value. My goal is to present the photos and words in ways that convey the alluring qualities of the plants from the photographer’s perspective. While still facing technical challenges in the process, I’m thrilled to explore new possibilities for sharing the pleasures of plants.

grape arbor (built by Pay)
Nasturtiums, petunias, licorice plant by my pond
coleus varieties

Published by deborahlee713

writer, educator, museum volunteer; My camera and I are reflected in the blue globe within the sculpture installation,"The Sky is the Limit" by Geoff Nelson. From slideshow in post: HISTORIC AND CURRENT ART AT CHESTERWOOD

One thought on “Summer Wonders from a Wonderful Garden

  1. I know this garden! Flowers and photos are lovely. Photo of the butterfly is a rare and special one, but all of these beautiful images transport me from this cold gray winter afternoon to the warmth and color of summer. Thanks!

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