Monday, November 2, 2009

The Fabric of My Life Group No. 4: Nature

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From my earliest memories, I have had a fascination with nature - the details, the textures, the colors. My loving mother tolerated box after box of seashells, rocks, nuts, feathers, abandoned nests. She (and anyone who has ever spent any time with me) tolerated my endless stopping to get a closer look, to touch, to take a picture. I still find pressed flowers in our books. My Nana (my maternal grandmother) can name any flower or tree, can grow anything, and she, along with my mother fostered in me wonder and awe for the world God has given us. I am thrilled and very grateful to see this same fascination in my own children!

I could go on and on (and on).....but I won't! Some of my favorites again......


Muir Woods




Fairy Tale Pumpkins



Marin Headlands




Botanical Gardens Fort Bragg, California




Blue and White



Coral poppy



wonderland (also in Fort Bragg, Ca)



Mr. MacGregor's Garden (kale at the botanical gardens, Ft. Bragg, Ca, and yes, I am a huge Beatrix Potter fan! )

6 comments:

readingsully2 said...

What lovely photos.

My favorite is the Kale...Wowie.

patk860 said...

my husband sounds like your nana. we have a greenhouse with all sorts of goodies!

Allie said...

Thank you, Carole - I thought it was wowie too! Such beautiful colors - I love purple and green together!

How great, Pat! I am hoping to develop some of Nana's talent!

audrey said...

How do I comment on such beauty? Each photo is more beautiful than the last. You truly do capture magic in your photos. The blue and white, and the poppy is spectacular!

Pam of Always Artistic said...

These are all beautiful, I keep using the same word, but hey, if the word fits use it! lol Keep up the wonderful photography!

Allie said...

Thank you so much, Audrey and Pam! ♥