First The Photo: What is a Conservatory? Do you know what city houses this particular conservatory? Do you have a conservatory close to your home? If not can you find a greenhouse or a floral market close to home? All of these house flowers to smell and growing plants that help us to jump start springtime.
Second the Question: Do you miss green plants and blooming flowers? Are you getting tired of the long winter? There are places that have flowers year round. Places that helpus to create the hope of spring in the midst of a snow covered or muddy late winter. Would you like to fast forward to springtime? Or do you just want a brief change of pace? Conservatories are a feast for the senses with warm humid air, heavy with a multitude of different scents. Beautiful flowers to see and unique, often exotic plants to enjoy.
Third Next Steps: Take an afternoon out of your week and hunt down some blooming flowers. Whether you find them at a local conservatory or you just take a field trip to a flower market. Spend some time learning the different plants and smelling the various flowers. Bring a camera and capture some close up photos of the blooms. Plants can make great subjects for young photographers, as they tend to sit still and look great in most snapshots. The key is; to get close and personal. Try to take some pictures of single blooms. Capture the center structure of a flower. Many flowers are beautiful, but a single blooms can often be truly breathtaking.
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