An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
It is certainly formal and definitely green Doug. I like the distance and the clarity you have achieved. Do you use a high aperture number for shots like this?
Dotting their i's and crossing their t's, I see. It does make for some perfection, Doug. But then, swinging in the bamboo trees and throwing daggers might be fun every once in awhile. :D
Beautiful French garden, I would :)Nice photo.
So neat and clean! A very nice pattern. I like its geometry.
So cute garden in green mood, your picture is beautiful, I also like the trees and so adorable blue sky!Happy weekend,Léia
Nice topiary - and I'm not convinced that you have a real "winter", anyway, have a nice, summery weekend.
Very nice framing for this beautiful garden.
love the angle and perspective in your capture, doug, and of course these vivid tones of green .... i can only wish our grey-brown-yechhhh coloured fields and meadows would begin to show some green too!btw, it's hard to resist the charm of a formal garden, i think, considering how much labour and sweat are involved to keep it up ...
I certainly prefer the wild informal gardens over this perfectly trimmed park. However, you skilfully capture the positive aspects of this formal gardening style very well. Composition and tones of your photo are perfect!
very nice graphics!
Love the clean green
What a lovely day to take my silly yak out to graze! ;o)You have a green weekend .
So refreshing. Happy weekend! :)
you call this winter? wow.. :D nice shot!