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Photography Monday: Denver Botanic Gardens Part V

Being a designer, I am always looking for patterns and textures in everything.  Paper, textiles, food, movies, antiques and most definitely the garden.  I love and always appreciate the details.  It makes the world a fascinating place.  The Denver Botanic Gardens had some lovely details that I will share with you.

Amazing curly, crinkled leaves of greenness

Amazing curly, crinkled leaves of greenness

How beautiful the dew is embedded in the spider web.

How beautiful the dew is embedded in the spider web.

Leave it to nature to create something so fabulous!

Leave it to nature to create something so fabulous!

Even dried it looks magnificent.

Even dried it looks magnificent.

Teeny, tiny petals of pinkness

Teeny, tiny petals of pinkness

Nature uses only the longest threads to weave her patterns, so that each small  piece of her fabric reveals the organization of the entire tapestry. – Richard P. Feynman

*Tina

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2 thoughts on “Photography Monday: Denver Botanic Gardens Part V

  1. elizabeth on said:

    wonderful pictures tina!

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