Anna Hergert, Art & Design

Colour in a November Garden… somewhere near the Rhine

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Several emails about the way I shared colour lately (and how much it is appreciated) captured during my time here in Germany caused me to stop and ponder… colour is everywhere, all we have to do is stop and look, really look with understanding.

My last few weeks in Saskatchewan before I left for Germany seemed grey and dreary. I made it a daily habit to walk with my camera, and I was amazed about how much colour I was able to capture.

Today’s images are a reward for those blog followers who are already experiencing snow and ice. I captured these images in my sister’s garden on the outskirts of Remagen in mid-November after a heavy frost. Enjoy!

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This entry was published on December 2, 2016 at 1:50 am. It’s filed under Art, Contemplative Photography, Creativity Update, Journaling, Nature photography, Nature's Art, Photography, staying in touch, Travel and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Colour in a November Garden… somewhere near the Rhine

  1. Judith K.H. on said:

    Absolutely lovely photos of absolutely lovely subjects. How nice for you to have had this and other great photographic experiences during your trip to Germany Anna. It has been such a pleasure viewing the architectural elements and details you have captured but there is something about the close-ups of the blossoms, leaves and dew drops that is really special. May you have safe travels home.

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