Before I Forget: Sharing my love for God, family, gardens and my sweet Momma
I am not by nature an early morning riser, but am told that the glow of morning’s first light is the best time to photograph a garden. The dew is still kissing petals unfurling and the light is soft enough to let each flower’s beautiful color speak for itself. A night-owl by nature, I rarely see my flower gardens in that light. My favorite time of day for barefoot gardening is in the hours after supper when the sun sets low in the sky, the heat of the day is over, and the setting sun casts it warm glow over the splendor of God’s handiwork.
I love sharing about my barefoot gardening adventures, hence my blogger name. As I write, some of my other passions might spill out -- like fun with grandkids, baking and sewing endeavors, what I'm studying in Scripture, and the like. My readers will notice that one of the primary things I write about is Alzheimer's. May what I write be an encouragement to anyone who is a caregiver for someone they love with memory loss.
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5 thoughts on “Sunset Gardening”
I love the flowers and the Great Artist who created them. Thank you for sharing closeups of the beauty of the earth.
Such beautiful flowers! Thanks for sharing.
Sunrise here this morning was at 5:16 and I got a beautiful photograph. You’re right about the special beauty early and late.
Cindie, you have captured beautiful shots of your flowers! Happy Wednesday!