A Photographers Guide to Understanding Light | Photoshop Actions and Lightroom Presets | MCP Actions™
As George Eastman so aptly explained, "understanding light is the key to photography." Here are some tips to understanding light to make stellar photographs!
New Mexico days. . .
Sweet childhood days where my imagination was my most prized possession. . . Days of riding my bike like the wind and soaring just above...
Low Water Use Plants Add Color and Variety to Your Landscape
There are hundreds of beautiful, low water use plants to choose from in Arizona. Select plants for shade, color, privacy, height, plants that attract wildlife, or simply for the beauty of the plant itself. Use our handy tools to find the one that is just right for your landscape.
Wisconsin Backyard Wedding from Heather Cook Elliott
Home. It's the land of memories and moments, of history and heart. A collection of life's little details, making it the absolutely perfect place to create one of the most memorable moments of them a...
Rare Wild SchlÃ¼sselblume Organic Cowslip Primula veris officinalis - 50 Seeds
50 Seeds w/Instructions (seeds are very small) Primula veris, quite rare, is one of the most striking native primula species, best grown in groups
Daffodils Wallpaper - iPhone, Android & Desktop Backgrounds
Free HD Desktop, iPhone & Android Mobile Wallpaper of Daffodils. Download unique nature backgrounds for your cell phone or computer.
common chicory cichorium intybus is a small ray-like bluish colored flower native wildflower of the eastern sierras foothills in central california | Dave Welling Nature Photography
113950001 a wild common chicory wildflower cichorium intybus blooming near the cosa ponds in inyo county california
Как создать кокедаму и подвесной «струнный сад» в интерьере
За окном зима, метель и мороз, но очень хочется в это время ощутить себя в зеленом саду, вдохнуть ароматы цветов, прикоснуться к нежным листьям и услышать журчание ручейка… Дизайнеры и флорис…
springtime perfection, or close enough. – Reading My Tea Leaves – Slow, simple, sustainable living.
I’ve always been something of a perfectionist apologist. Why not strive for perfection, I’ve thought. A little aspiration never hurt anyone, I’d say. And I still mostly stand by t…
The Citrus Guy
With the holiday season in full swing now, I thought it might be nice to write an article on something that you don't see but during this time of year....Pomegranates. I have actually been reading a lot on these things lately. The California Rare Fruit Growers Association has proclaimed this year "The year of the Pomegranate". Down in Florida, they recently had a Pomegranate Field Day. There is some excitement down there for this fruit. It is said that this has the potential to be the next…