Attracting July Visitors with Photos

Attracting July Visitors with Photos

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Tom Stovall, the resident photographer at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Northern Virginia, is donating his images to my campaign promoting DC-area public gardens.  His photos of nature, especially of wildlife, are beyond anything I can or ever will achieve, but garden photography is new to him so he’s taking suggestions about what photos might succeed at enticing people to visit.

Here’s his lovely video of July, and your suggestions are welcome.  Additional garden photos follow.

[youtube]https://youtu.be/jt2l9yuIoeQ[/youtube]

(Or here’s the link to Youtube.)

Below are just a few more July scenes that grab me, as a gardener.

 

Posted by

Susan Harris
on July 27, 2015 at 12:19 pm, in the category Public Gardens.

6 Comments
    • David The Good
    • 1st January 1970

    Beautiful place. July on our homestead is always a jumbled mess of awesome weeds and fresh fruit from the food forest.

    • Tom Stovall
    • 30th January 1982

    Thank you very much for the kind words and for your photo suggestions, Susan. I look forward to reading your readers’ marks!

    • admin
    • 28th December 1999
    • Sally McGuire
    • 23rd May 2012

    Are you kidding?? What a fabulous photographer! You have captured magic Tom Stovall and I look forward to seeing much more of your work.

    • admin
    • 17th December 2014

    It would be lovely to have a video of the garden for each month of the year.

    • admin
    • 9th February 2015

    Someone’s going to think you were a plant, coz that’s just what we’re doing. Here they are on YOutube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DCGardensbyMonth/playlists

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