BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

CITY GARDEN (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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I live in an area of the city that is a mix of the old and the new. Although it’s the downtown, when you veer off the main roads you’re in little neighbourhoods with an older feel. On this particular day I set out to take some cityscapes, something I haven’t done much of. My focus was on brick and glass, the play of light, patterns and shadow. I was working in that vein and then came upon the scene captured in these photographs; an old house with a tiny lawn and wrought iron fence that abutted the sidewalk. Room enough for this sparrow and a morning glory.

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21 thoughts on “CITY GARDEN (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. I love morning glory! Lovely photos!

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  2. Nice compositions with the wrought iron fences.

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  3. I love the way that morning glory peaks up over the iron railing like a shy little kid peaking around his/her mother’s skirts.

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  4. It’s nice to see a morning glory that isn’t white (the color of the invasive wild morning glory in Seattle).

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  5. What a lovely duo of images! LOVE! Please do more. 🙂

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  6. I do love watch the House Sparrows in my own garden, and this is a lovely sparrow here, Belinda. But that blue morning glory is so radiant and full of light, so wonderful!

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  7. Beautiful, sometimes those apparent unimportant subjects can make a photograph, and I approve the composition of the morning glory.

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