“Natural Wonders” Photography by Ted Preuss
Last week, I became cross with my garden so I reevaluated, ripped out, and reorganized (In my heels) I just couldn’t stand it one more second. One has to be dispassionate when it comes to overgrown perennials. No wonder Martha Stewart was so successful at Turkey Hill Farm.
Photographer Ted Preuss found a use for some extra Bodhi leaves when he was messing around in the darkroom. These haunting images were created using a Platinum Palladium process and can be found at Mike Wright Gallery in Denver. I think they would make great advertising images for a doctor’s practice specializing in spider and varicose veins!
Gallery representation: Mike Wright Gallery
Love to see them!
I can picture the entire garden scene, with heels, having been present and called into action on previous garden edits. Of course my beggars garden has directly benefitted from your random culls! I have some magnificent pineapple lilies to share. They are oddly appealing.
ArtStormer, so thrilled to have you back! We’ve all missed you. I got the rip-it-out bug last week too, but my target was Virginia creeper. Vicious stuff. My arms are still itching.