Beauty thru my Lens: Framed

There were a lot of surprises at the Naples Botanical Garden today, but the most unusual one was propped against an easel when we walked into the Florida Garden. This garden is designed and kept up by the Naples Garden Club and one of the members “painted” this picture.

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I love it when art is so beautiful it comes alive before our very eyes.

 

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32 thoughts on “Beauty thru my Lens: Framed

    • Sorry my laptop seems to do things it wants to do just like my smart phone. Mmmmm … pretty eerie.
      Anyway, I have a frined who grows orchids and does live paitnings with bromeliads. Isn’t it fascinating the way they can create such a visual beauty.
      Naples … almost in my backyard since I live close to Sarasota. ~~ : – )
      Lovely !

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      • Yes, I have seen such beautiful painting of orchids and bromeliads. So many of the plants in this “painting” are even prolific in my garden up north as ground covers in those areas that are so dry and hot that nothing else will grow. Thanks for your fun comment, Isadora.

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  1. that is one of the coolest ways to use a frame!! I would have liked to have seen what it looked like sitting on the easel – but the section shots of it are beautiful.

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  2. Now – THAT’S creative!
    I’ve never seen such a thing. If you get a chance – please take a whole photo of it. Even if the detail is not clear – I bet it’s so pretty to look at.

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  3. This is so awesome! I think I might try this for my patio this summer. Fun to think and plan such things during snowy weather. :-) Do you have any idea of what was used for the back on this? Just wondering how deep you need it for the plants.

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