Today I’m sharing some April photos from Branklyn garden that I took back in spring. There still were daffodils and hellebores in flower. Along with many rhododendrons, azaleas, erythroniums, trilliums, daphnes, viburnum, muscari. And much more that you’ll see as you scroll down through the page.
I didn’t have much time to do photo compositions. The evening light was ebbing away much too quickly. I didn’t want to spend all my time behind the view finder as I wanted to enjoy the beauty and the scent from many of the flowers. You can see an album of photos here: Spring at Branklyn Garden.
Rosie is a garden photographer, writer and nature lover. She enjoys soaking up nature and is easily distracted from doing the weeding by anything that flutters, flies, buzzes, creeps or crawls! She enjoys sharing the beauty of creation through her photography. Rosie has been featured on TV on BBC2's The Beechgrove Garden and she uses the Scottish outdoors as her natural light studio. Her work can be seen at the only photographic gallery in Scotland - Close Gallery, 4b Howe Street, Edinburgh.