Time is marked by a garden as the seasons change; the fragility and ephemerality of blossoms are a metaphor for the brevity of life. The garden is a sensuous place. I look for passing moments of light, color, and weather coming together in a garden. It can be a place of respite, contemplation, wonder, a reminder of hope and revival. […]
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