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Ethereal Bloom
Possibly my favorite garden image I've ever taken. Spring is too fleeting here in the midwest.
Yew Dell Garden
This lovely lady was resting in the walking gardens of Yew Dell, located in Louisville, Ky. I was lucky enough to spend an afternoon there in the spring of 2017, and found it peaceful and beautiful.
Asian Lily
I caught this Asian lily at its moment of greatest perfection in 2008. It was in a wide pond full of such lilies. This one had not yet opened, its form absolutely symmetrical and beautiful.
Yew Dell Castle
Sleeping Beauty could be resting in this castle, found in the Yew Dell Botanical Garden in Louisville, Ky. Surrounded by brambles of flowers, the little castle was a highlight of my visit to the garden in the spring of 2017. 
Cheekwood Blossom
This lovely, flawed flower was in the beautiful Cheekwood Gardens in Nashville, Tennessee. I loved the way the light shone through the petals, even with the slight scarring.
Opryland Magnolia
This magnolia flower was captured in 2009 when I was in Nashville, Tenn. and explored the lovely gardens inside the Opryland Hotel. 
Dragonfly Lily
These winged ladies joined me for a summer day in 2010 and were kind enough to wait for a portrait. 
Daisy Butterfly
This lovely lady alighted on a daisy in front of me at a garden in Charlotte, N.C. She was kind enough to pose for a portrait.
Yew Dell Path
"And I took the path less traveled by." This peaceful pathway is found in the Yew Dell Botanical Garden in Louisville, Ky. I could have filled a book with the beautiful images in this garden, walking about on a warm spring day.
Early Morning Flower
I've never known what kind of flower that is, but it is one of my favorite pictures. There is something just absolutely perfect about this bloom.
Winter Orchids
These orchids bloomed perfectly in winter 2008.
Opryland Waterfall 
This view is from behind the waterfall in the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tenn. The entire area was severely damaged in a flood several years ago, including the famous gardens inside the Opryland Hotel. But I am happy to say that after an enormous restoration project, the Opryland Hotel gardens are as beautiful as ever.
This fascinating statue always strikes me as a cross between a windmill and the strands of DNA. It sits on the grounds of the Missouri Botanical Gardens in St. Louis, one of the most beautiful places I have ever been privileged to visit.
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