garden photography

A Post-Wild Garden Revolution

– Posted in: Garden Musings, Sustainable Gardening

"As our climate changes, so must our gardens".  So begins the description of the upcoming garden symposium in Santa Rosa, California, Changing Times, Changing Climate: Summit 2016 sponsored by Pacific Horticulture. Whether in California or anywhere in the world that we garden, this message must be heard. Whether or not we agree on the causes, or the timetable, [...]

Cemetery Roses

– Posted in: Garden Photography, Garden Travels, Garden Visits

Most folks don't consider visiting a cemetery on their garden travels.  That is, unless you are a lover of old roses. I recently visited Sacramento's Old City Cemetery as the local Rose Society seeks to preserve the historic rose collection found there.  The roses form a collection  from old homesteads and cemeteries dating back to [...]

6 Tips for Garden Photography

– Posted in: Garden Photography

Longtime readers of Gardening Gone Wild will recognize most of the tips in Think Like A Camera, the second book in my series of PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops. "The first lesson in all my garden photography workshops is to 'think like a camera.' Your camera is a tool, which can only take a picture when [...]

On Instagram, Nobody Cares About Your Dog

– Posted in: Garden Photography, Miscellaneous

I'm currently celebrating having attained 10,000 Instagram followers by giving away all four of my books! See details.  Instagram is pure eye-candy, one luscious photo right after another. Captions tend to be brief or nonexistent. If you have a favorite topic, such as “echeverias,” you can scroll through glorious echeveria photos simply by searching for #echeverias. Not only does [...]