Selecting from seventy or so photos of plants inside my home from recent years, I tried to pare down to seven for this post. So I grasped for goals to guide me. The pandemic here in January of 2022 has made me go for photos that show the living space where few people are now free to visit.
Clinging to imperfect, personal details of my kitchen, living room, and dining room, I ruled out some of the most delicate or dramatic petals, leaves, and blooms. Instead, I took in familiar vases, pots, curtains, cherished art, and worn furnishings.
These growing or cut plants stand here as quiet companions with stories they might somehow tell again someday.
Next month I might think more broadly, if I’m still thinking. Meanwhile, emotional motivations prevail.
2 thoughts on “Winter Views of Indoor Blooms, Remembered and Recorded”
Wonderful to see these still, lush flowers when it’s below freezing outside and the wind is howling.
Thank you, Dan!
Wonderful to read your apt and appreciative comment.