Photo of the Month – July

Hi Folks:

July holds the birthdays for both of Marcia’s parents, and while her Dad turned 93 this year, her Mom passed away several years ago. To honour her Mother’s memory, every year Marcia buys a rose and gives it away to a passing stranger – usually an older woman with whom she feels an affinity. Below is an image of this year’s gift:

Mom's Birthday Rose

Mom’s Birthday Rose

One day while Marcia was away celebrating her Dad’s birthday, Mike went for a walk in John Dean Provincial Park, just north of Victoria. There are many levels of beauty in this park, from the old Douglas fir trees to the salal berries, to an insect superhighway cut through a leaf. One only needs eyes to see.

Insect Highway

Insect Highway

Okay, that’s it for now. Go out and make some photographs!

Hugs,
M&M

P.S. For Marcia’s Dad’s birthday we put together a 40-page book containing 68 of Marcia’s photographs. If you’re interested you can see a preview of the first 15 pages (and purchase the book) here: My Photographs

4 Replies to “Photo of the Month – July”

  1. worzelodd

    Have tried describing Salal, my favorite plant to people, have you?…and what a lovely peach rose, all connected, the lightning, forest for slugs and salal to grow, fledgling crows and goslings, neath my city window..

    1. wolfnowl Post author

      Some things need to be experienced rather than described… Salal is one of them. 😉

      As the Lakota people say, \”Mitakue Oyasin\” – we are all related.

      Hugs,
      M&M

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