Tag Archives: Flower Photography
Photo copyright 2017 by Susan Reinberg George, who owns the beautiful property called Hollister House and the lovingly cultivated English garden there, says daffodils signal the first joyful blooming of spring. He favors them, calling them “generous.” He is generous too, … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg After the rain, the fragrance of the flowers was pure rapture. One can only imagine the sound.
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg These fields will yield their first grassy harvest soon, as the lushness of spring overtakes us. A bunch of buttercups nestled in the grasses in the blustery wind gave me just that sweet spot I needed to … Continue reading
The weather is right for the tulips this spring, the gardener told us. They will take their time and open in stages. I found this bed of tulips particularly voluptuous.
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg The day-lilies are in their glory. Who knew this flower that I have come to take for granted came in so many varieties. Alas, I did not restrain myself. I have gilded the day-lily. … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg Sometimes we revert to our safety zones — in this case, my altered state of mind in an imaginary garden. No flowers were injured in the process.
Photos copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg I toyed with the idea of titling this entry “Yellow” in reference to our friend Mr. Willard’s first place entry in the WAA members exhibit — which he called “Pink.” But then, only insiders would understand this homage. … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg The overnight rain had stopped, and by mid-morning, droplets clung only selectively to leaves designed to hold them, like glistening pearls. I had come to the garden hoping to find evidence of the downpour. … Continue reading