The Meadow at Longwood Gardens is a special place for my sister. So I thought I would tag along for a visit one recent afternoon. I've been to Longwood Gardens before and really like the place. But I wouldn't do "meaningful photography" there - after all, it's a "flower zoo". Ahh, but the meadow is different. It's a wild place in it's natural state - full of colorful grasses, wildflowers, and insects. There are so many shapes and colors - and it all changes as the light changes. You see the soft blue-greens that come from cloud cover and shade become transformed into the yellow-greens from the shining sun. I can imagine this place changes every day too, as the seasons progress. I can't wait to visit again as autumn approaches.
The image above and the two below are just a part of the variety I saw in a single weekend. I have a short photo story of The Meadow on my website that you can see by clicking on the link.
Enjoy this short walk through The Meadow!