Late Summer Garden Wanderings

garden flags

I know we’re on the verge of the shift of season.

The forecast forewarned me of it was about to happen so I grabbed my camera for an evening stroll through the community garden this weekend, knowing those blue skies were about to get a bit less frequent.

I’m ready for it, not the clouds, but the coziness.  The nesting.

It honestly has felt more like I had a ‘real summer’ than I’ve had in years. There was lots of work to be done this summer, but also room for lots of play.   A week at the cottage with the family, a getaway with friends to explore Ucluelet and Tofino, that amazing weekend in Whistler and lots of time spent with friends simply sitting in the sun and connecting.

This past session of E-Courses is coming to a close too.  I had so much fun seeing the images of the Chakra Photo Adventurers these last 7 weeks and oh my…this past session of Montage really blew me away (more on that soon).

There is lots more coming this fall:

You are Your Own Muse starts September 10th and we have such a lovely collection of folks gathering for it (and you get the Wading In PDF when you sign up, as a way to get inspired before class starts).

Light Hunters begins September 1st (maybe this is your month to fall in love with light).

Montage runs again this November!

As always, if you are wondering if a certain course is a good fit for you, please don’t hesitate to email me!

towards the sunsunsetting sunblack eyed susanready to bloomsunflowers at cottonwood gardens

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  • These are delicious. I am glad you had a good summer.ReplyCancel

  • Sonja

    Beautiful flowers, beautiful light – I’ll have to remember to look at these in the winter when I need a reminder what late summer feels like!ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful captures! I just love prayer flags!ReplyCancel

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