Clockwise from Top Left: 1. My garden today, January 28, 2013. 2. October 2012. 3. April 2012. 4. June 16 2012.
This morning I took a photo of the garden as it was after a fresh snowfall. Shortly afterward, I dug into my phone’s photo archives and found an image taken from the same perspective approximately 3 months ago, back in October. What a difference!
Seeing the contrast side-by-side encouraged me to dig back further into my archives to find photos that represent the remaining seasons, also taken from very similar perspectives.
It’s interesting to see them together. Fall’s mature wildness. Early summer is full and lush. Spring is colourful but so diminutive as the plants are only freshly underway for the season. Winter is white and brown with little peeks at green that poke their noses out when the blanket melts away slightly.