Certain photos that I’ve taken in my garden over the years continue to be my favorites—some for their color, others for composition, whimsy or subject. I hope you enjoy them, too.
I never tire of observing how what’s on the pot is the same as what’s in the pot.
Above is the photo of my garden that publications request the most. They really like those maroon aloes. (It’s because they’re dying. Our secret.)
I’m a sucker for great shadows.
This diminutive stapeliad looked great in this thrift-store pot even before it bloomed. I ask visiting children, “Is the fish eating the plants or throwing them up?” Girls invariably say the fish is ingesting; boys, the other option.
https://debraleebaldwin.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/IMG_8779annotated_resized.jpg433650Debrahttps://debraleebaldwin.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Logo-White-H200px.pngDebra2016-01-06 21:09:352016-01-07 13:52:36Favorite Photos from My Garden