Looking At Our Land Through Many Lenses

A day to explore photography, gardening and stewardship of the land we live in

Asked to speak in response to the question, “How has being a garden photographer all these years made you a better gardener?” prompted Karen Bussolini to dig deep into the importance of slowing down and seeing well. In the morning we’ll explore how focus, framing and light are integral to both, what makes for a good photo (and how that applies to gardens), considering both details (closeup lens) and the big (wide angle) picture, and lessons brought home from close encounters with gardens across the country. The afternoon session will delve into her thought process as an eco-friendly garden coach helping people see their properties with new eyes. Before and after photos will illustrate how she considers visual, practical and environmental considerations all at once, in an “eco-friendly garden coach problem-solving brainstorm” encouraging stewardship and enjoyment of the natural world in our own yards.

Saturday, May 4 from 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

$60 includes lunch 

Bring your questions and get ready to learn from fellow gardeners

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