Do you have a place in your home or on your property that you really haven’t thought much of…and then one day you see it in a whole new light? Well, that happened to me this week. I’ve had this little greenhouse for 10 years now. It’s been a great space for storing outdoor cushions, hand tools, and germinating seeds. But this week, while putting away the cushions, I suddenly noticed how lovely the light was in the space. With the rainy season fast approaching, I was suddenly excited at the prospect of having a new place to take pictures in that would be natural light and out of the weather. So I began reorganizing the space and pulling items from the house and studio to create little vignettes in the greenhouse.
This old butterfly kite is one of several that I’ve had in my studio. It is the smallest one and fits perfectly in the greenhouse.
I bought some annuals a couple of days ago that are waiting in the greenhouse to go into outdoor containers. Why not give them a little company with a couple of baby boo pumpkins!
The dried hydrangea blossoms are from the shrub behind the pond in the front yard and the bird nest under glass is from the birdhouse that I cleaned out this summer after the baby chickadees fledged.
I must have spent a couple of hours in this greenhouse taking pictures. I will share more of those on the blog Monday.
My mind is now full of ideas of other pictures I can take in there, perhaps a big photo session for each season. Perhaps there is a place in or around your home that deserves a second look. Wander around and see what you can find!
Linking up with Kim Klassen’s Friday Finds today.
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