Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Dallas Arboretum Writing Inspiration - Photo Essay

Along with photographing the pumpkin festival, which I already blogged about this year, I took these photos at The Dallas Arboretum to use in my art and also to inspire my writing. Maybe, they will do the same for you. Enjoy!



























10 comments:

Sandra's Fiberworks said...

wow, great detail!

souldipper said...

Oh, I like a good eye!

Nora B. Peevy said...

Thanks, Souldipper! I am a trained art photographer from college. :) And a hobbyist now.

Sandra, I often annoy my family with snapping too many pics. Well, everyone but my great husband. He understands. LOL My stepson not so much...

Ms. Positivity said...

Hey there Nora! First thank you so much for stopping by Positively Shining!

Next I love photos! Your photos are defines and so up close and personal. The detail is amazing. I especially like the ones of teh flowers and butterflies, butterflies are my favorite!

I found this to be very inspirational and mind clearing!

See ya soon sweetie!

Susan Silver said...

I love the pictures of the bee and beetle. It is great how photography can bring out the best in everything.

Glo Haynes said...

You photos are so beautiful. Even the bugs are awesome!lol You have a great eye and talent. Thanks for stopping by today and letting me know about these great photos!


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Michael said...

What an amazing attention to details. I love this pictures. You have insipired me to go grab my camera.

Nora B. Peevy said...

I'm overwhelmed by the response I'm receiving for my photos this week. Thank you all. :)

Chasing Joy said...

Very nice photos. They remind me of some I took at Longwood Gardens in Philadelphia. Though mine are not so clear as yours as I am not a photogropher. Isn't it great that there are these places to go where we can stop and experience beauty we wouldnt see. Especially me living in a city.

Thanks for linking up for Flashback Friday. Link up again this week on www.chasing-joy.com.

Nora B. Peevy said...

Being from a very green state, it's been tough in Dallas. Places like this make it better. I just visited the aquarium and will be posting about that soon.