Posted in Botanicals, Education, Events, Fauna, Floral, Floral Gardening, Garden Blooms, Gardening, Gardens, God's beautiful creation, lifestyle photography, Missouri Botanical Gardens, natural light photography, Nature, Nature's Beauty, Orchids, SOOC, Spring, Spring Blooms
Tagged Botanical Event, Floral, Flowers, Gardening, Henry Shaw's Garden, Life, Missouri Botanical Garden, natural light, nature, Orchids, SOOC
God’s beautiful creation details!
Posted in Advertising Commercial Marketing, Autumn, Farm Living, Fauna, Floral, Garden Blooms, God's beautiful creation, Landscape, Missouri Botanical Gardens, Nature, Snapshots, SOOC, Summer Days, Textures
Tagged Autumn, Flowers, Forest Park, Landscape, natural light, Snapshots of daily life, Spring Florals, St Louis area photographer of families and children, summer
The flowering Japanese cherry tree has the most delicate, ruffled blooms, and is so pretty against the clear blue sky! I wish the blooms would last all Spring and Summer!
April 11, 2014 in Fauna, Floral, Landscape, Missouri Botanical Gardens, Nature, Snapshots
Tagged blooms, botanicals, flowering Japanese Cherry tree, Spring, Spring Florals
“The Orchid Show–Madagascar 2013” is in full bloom through March 31 at the St Louis Botanical Garden. It’s a colorful and fragrant place to visit during the dullness of the winter!
The Garden has about 7,000 individual orchid plants representing approximately 280 genera and more than 2,500 unique orchid taxa.
Volunteers spend weeks designing and arranging the orchid show each year. This year’s theme highlights the Garden’s long-standing research and conservation work in Madagascar.
See more about the Missouri Botanical Garden by visiting http://www.mobot.org or by liking their facebook page: Missouri Botanical Garden.
Posted in Education, Families, Fauna, Floral, Landscape, Missouri Botanical Gardens, Snapshots, Winter
Tagged Flowers, Landscape, natural light, Orchids, Snapshots of daily life, Spring Florals, St Louis area photographer of families and children, Winter