I’ve been following the light and shadows in my garden. A late afternoon peachy glow projects along our long entry wall – “Showtime!” says the crepe myrtle.
(above) I’d like to plant something that will be sculptural against the wood step enclosure (on the right)…any ideas?
(below) I also love how the afternoon sun skims across the barrel cactus near the driveway; the yellow spines glow a welcome home kiss to us as sweet as any showy bloom. This actually doesn’t do the (lower) barrel cactus justice; I need to capture that moment.
(below) My agave looks dewy in the morning light – even during a summer drought; light filters through a huge oak tree from nine till about ten, and the sharp-edged butterfly agave has a soft watercolor moment each day.
Where do shadows bloom in your world?
Oh, and here’s a link to a fabulous, short shadow-puppet show (seriously!!) on YouTube…worth the click I promise~