Chances are if you have visited this blog in the past you know that one of my favorite places to photograph is Brookgreen Gardens, a fantastic sculpture garden located in coastal South Carolina. You can find tons of pictures of the gorgeous gardens here and here.
For this week’s theme I dug through my archives to find these photos from a trip to the gardens in March of 2012. It was the early days of spring, the weather was getting warmer, the flowers were beginning to bloom, and I was a bit giddy with spring fever. The end result was a wonderful day full of sightseeing and silliness, and of course, a dose of life imitating art.
Look dear, do you see that foolish woman posing like the huntress?
Happily minding their own business…
…until this silly lady crashes the party…
(I think I need a do-over on this one as my form could be better.)
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From this angle it’s hard to imagine things could be anything but right with the world. If only for a little while, you can forget your worries and visualize the endless opportunities that await you…
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This week’s photo challenges asks for our interpretation on the Circle theme. I have chosen to share these photos of a gorgeous sunset that I captured during a visit to Aruba last month. I love the pure circle of the sun descending, as well as the idea that the same sun will ascend again tomorrow and the next tomorrow in an unending circle.
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The inlet transitioning from day to night…
The mountains transitioning to their winter slumber…
Weekly Photo Challenge: Transition
Savannah, Georgia – a historic, vibrant southern city that knows how to do “ornate” with understated elegance.
Beautiful wrought iron
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Imposed by man and ignored by nature…a golf course pond breaks its boundaries
and overflows toward our condo complex during the South Carolina flooding event.
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Photos copyright@ Karen B. Pearce 2015
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When I read that this week’s photo challenge asks us to photograph our subject “from every angle” I knew without hesitation that I had to use the Freedom Tower (or One World Trade Center) as my centerpiece. New York is my favorite city, and the Freedom Tower is my all-time favorite building. It is one of few structures that evokes a physical reaction in me and causes my heart to swell with emotion and pride. I could sit and stare at it, awestruck, for days. To me it is the ultimate representation of rebirth, resilience, and of course, freedom. We were lucky to be in NYC on November 3, 2014, the day the Freedom Tower officially opened and welcomed its first new tenants. Here are the photographs I took over the course of two days. (If only I had done a helicopter tour so I could have truly captured its majesty from every angle!)
This shot was taken on our walk across the Brooklyn Bridge.
This shot was taken while we were aboard a cruise around Manhattan.
From the Brooklyn Bridge
Not a great capture, but I was in love with the way the sunbeam shone down on the Freedom Tower.
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Four years ago after hitting a patch of black ice, overturning, and flipping down an overpass my husband’s truck was Broken.
Thankfully, my husband was not broken. See all of the interpretations for this week’s challenge here.
The live oaks “envelope” the drive leading to the Wormsloe Plantation in Savannah, Georgia.