This ebook publication helps you appreciate the beautiful fine details of our garden flowers. We will look at a flower but not notice its intricate designs, markings, and subtle colors. Don’t quickly glance at a flower but take the time to observe its more exquisite detail.
Gardening is a beautiful way to fine-tune our senses into gaining a better perception of the world. There is so much more to see in a flower than what we usually view and understand.
If you want to know a summary of this ebook, a quote in a Sherlock Holmes short story can summarize it. In “A Scandal in Bohemia” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock gives his companion, Dr. Watson, constructive criticism when viewing the scene of a crime. “You see, but you do not observe.” Doyle based his Sherlock Holmes stories on the power of observation.
How does this quote apply when enjoying garden flowers? It’s elementary, my dear reader, don’t give them a passing glance but look at them — intimately. The real beauty of any flower is when viewed individually and up-close. So close, you can see every part, color, and marking of that flower.
I have narrowed down five important observational studies for you to view a flower. They comprise its exterior and interior views, wildly colorful petals, gaudy double flowers, and markings to help guide pollinators. Each section will become more self-explanatory when viewing my photos of flowers.
So much beauty is passing us by, and we cannot stop and admire it. Take the time to experience and enjoy these “in plain sight” attractive features of a flower.
Available in EPUB format by these vendors: Apple iBooks; Barnes & Noble Nook; Rakuten-Kobo; Tolino Distributors. Size of the file is approximately 3.00 MB
Also available in MOBI format for Amazon Kindle products. Size of the file is approximately 3.50 MB
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