Posted by: lornasass | October 12, 2009
THE ASTONISHING COLOR AND SHAPE OF LEAVES
Often when I’m visiting a garden, I’m so focused on the flowers that I forget to pay attention to the leaves. In Central Park’s Conservatory Garden last Saturday, the leaves had such astonishing shapes and colors that I was drawn to photograph them. I’m realizing more and more that memorable gardens have a perfect balance of flowers and foliage plants.
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