Sisterhood Stories – Early Morning

One of the things I love the most, come spring, is to walk in my garden, early in the morning, while sipping my coffee. Just me and the birds. I sometimes bring my camera too if I need company or if I found something to capture.  Which happens quite often since a garden is alive and ever changing, and the light is never the same either. So, prepare to be bored by the amount of images or posts related to my little space. I’ve been working like crazy this past week to have everything ready for summer.  Sanding and painting the raised beds a lively green apple color, planting and adding mulch and manure.  Soon I’ll be able to sit down in my swing and watch the magic happen.  because it will.  It does everytime.

There’s that odd thing, every single time I go out in the garden bright and early, this songs pops in my head. Every.Single.Time.  It’s an old song you probably don’t know, but I’m sure you’ve heard about the group, one of my favorites bands ever (and one of the most underestimated, because people only listened at the first hits and didn’t bother to listen to more of their work. That’s just a true fan’s opinion 🙂 ).

“Say you know you will, move me like you do…”

Here are some photos taken on an early stroll in the garden, one of the many I’ll take now that the warmer weather is here.






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4 Comments on Sisterhood Stories – Early Morning

  1. Lel Hurst
    May 8, 2015 at 6:26 am (5 years ago)

    Such beautiful images, i feel like if I looked at the terms for long enough they would unroll in front of me, so delicate and fragile.

    • Isabelle
      May 20, 2015 at 5:13 pm (5 years ago)

      Ferns are my absolute favorite plants to photograph! Thank you xox

  2. Lisa Gordon
    May 13, 2015 at 6:22 pm (5 years ago)

    This is such a beautiful series of images.

    • Isabelle
      May 20, 2015 at 5:13 pm (5 years ago)

      Thank you very much Lisa xox


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