Saturday, April 17, 2010

Community Photo Challenge-GARDENS


These photos were take at the Old Westbury Gardens in Old Westbury, NY. This Garden is called the Walled Garden. To take a quick tour, click here.
Walled Garden Entrance

Walled Garden


Our new photo challenge is "GARDENS". You can photograph your own garden, or a local garden. It can be a detailed shot or a wide angle view. My image for the banner above was taken at Old Westbury Gardens in Old Westbury NY. If you choose to photograph a public garden, PLEASE include the name & location of the garden. (Optional-a small paragraph of info on the history of your garden or link to info)
What I am looking for is a display of beautiful gardens through out the world. So where ever you may live, find some beautiful gardens(private or open to the public) & show off your photography. Only one can be posted on our challenge blog, but you can add as many as you would like to your blog entry.

To enter click here-Community Photo Challenge-GARDENS


nancy said...

Marie, What beautiful garden photos. The Westbury Gardens are beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Maybe I'll get out and capture some on my own. Have a good week. Nancy

Martha said...

What beautiful images Marie!

Shelle said...

what an incredible place...why have i never been here? i'll have to go check it out...i may go up to the national art museum on northern boulevard for this...i love taking my little ones up there. more soon hopefully....

Jeanie said...

What an absolutely stunning place to visit Marie!
Such beautiful gardens and photos of them too.

Dawn said...

Wow Marie these pictures are truly stunning! You have captured the beauty of the gardens perfectly.

Sherrie said...

Beautiful! Stunning! My garden is from last year, I hope that's ok. Have a great day!

Sherrie's Stuff

Far Side of Fifty said...

Beautiful..simply beautiful:)

Rjet33 said...

I've never been there! Thanks so much for sharing! Beautiful!

mtrib2 said...

It was a pleasure to see the beautiful Westbury Gardens photos. I have been working this past winter to remove all the overgrowth on my property and make the appearance more appealing. I am on my 5th year of the work on my home addition and plan to finally get the building closed in with the doors and window all in place. I will write you more if you like. I want to tell you about the Landscapes through Time with David Dunlop on PBS. He is and artist and Art teacher. He explore the American 19th Century Hudson River Artists and paints and explains color theory. He travels to Europe and does the same thing with it's great impressionistic painters such as Monet, and others. He is on the web and has teaching DVD's for sale. I watch him paint and he helps his students with their paintings. It is warming up today and sunshining and then cloudy, like rain possible, so I must get outside and be active. Mark/Salty