The end of the line of a number of miscellaneous sources of photographs. The "K" is from the floral clock in Niagara, 2009. Buddha, our house, 2009. The patterned concrete, bottle/candle, "tacks", San Francisco, 2012. Circle patterns, Ottawa, 2009. Valentines and sugar flowers, by Kate, 2010. Final four, patterns, San Francisco, 2012.
Friday, April 24, 2015
Sunday, April 19, 2015
The last of the photographs of the garden. Butterfly, salad, grass: 2010. Final two shots: 2008. We had two tall grass plants in the front, initially. Well, initially all we had was lawn, but we got rid of that bit by bit. At one point, Kate told me she didn't like the tall grasses, but these are spectacular photographs, the light bouncing and shining through the fibers. Now the tall grasses are gone, victims of shuffling and re-organizing, but grasses are never really gone. There's a patch fighting to re-establish itself. Kate asked my sister-in-law, Rosemary, what to do about grass in the garden, and Rosemary said, "Grass is there to remind you how much you love to garden." So get down on your hands and knees and pull it out, by the roots as much as you can.