K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: How Does Your Garden Grow?

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Good Morning All. Welcome to a brand new Monday and a brand new K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge.

In her too brief time on this earth, my mother had a great love of gardens- flowers in particular. As a child, I was aware enough, attentive enough to see how their natural beauty moved her and made her smile a smile only she could define.

With the unveiling of the latest ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’ coming the day after Mother’s Day, it’s a privilege and honor  to dedicate this post to my mother and her love of flowers.

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Most of these shots were taken in a space I know my mother would have loved, The San Francisco Botanical Garden. Have a look at the following slideshow and see what you think:

 

 

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So, there you have it. My answer to the challenge, ‘How Does Your Garden Grow?’ I may not be in possession of my own personal garden, but the proximity of San Francisco’s Botanical Garden makes that alright with me. This public space is truly something to behold and experience when in the City.

Thinking about joining in on this challenge?

It’s not such a difficult proposition. Here’s how you can make it happen:

Create your post as you normally would. Title it in a similar way as the challenge post you’ll find on Dale’s site, or this one.

Copy the URL (web address) of your freshly created post and paste it into the comment section of this post or Dale’s challenge post.

Lastly, be sure to include our tag #CosPhoChal to your list of tags and you’re done!

K’lee L. © 2017

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