Margaux’s picture of the week

I am not usually in to gardening.  but I do like art. so one day I was messing around with a spray bottle and the flowers got wet. I thought it looked cool so I took a picture. I showed them to dad and he wanted them on his blog. so I said yes.

  I took this picture in the perspective of a butterfly flying towards the flowers. 

I have a long-time garden blog, a popular garden on America's largest garden tour, and have co-written a book on garden design titled, "Buffalo-Style Gardens: Create a Quirky, One-of-a-Kind Private Garden with Eye-Catching Designs" When I'm not doing all that, I am an advertising designer always out looking to design things to promote your business. Look me up at #jcharlier.

0 comments on “Margaux’s picture of the week

  1. Wow Margaux! Those are great pictures! I especially like the one from the butterfly's view! You have a good eye for art!


  2. sheila, thanks for the comment. I am going to post more soon.


  3. love the tulips, love the photos. congrats margaux!irena


  4. Nothing beats water on a flower unless it is a butterfly's view.


  5. Great shots.I will have to remember to view flowers 'like a butterfly, bee, or dragonfly'. Thanks for that reminder.


  6. Absolutely stunning pictures!!


  7. I'm impressed! The colors are so vivid.**Check out Adina Sara's gardening column in the MacArthur Metro! Visit http://www.adinasara.com for links to the column and her book, The Imperfect Garden**


  8. I was going to comment on how you got so down and low for your photos. The tulips are so beautiful at this perspective – made me wish I was a butterfly – although, may in a week or so when it gets a little warmer.


  9. You should be a professional photographer though. lol.. you have a very good angle and views.. this is an awesome blog sharing all your thoughts about what you feel.A nice shed would also be great keeping your seed with this kind of flower,this will also be a great factors preserving those treasure since it is now a bit warmer.


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