Contributors to PhotoBotanic have this special section of password protected content, personal tips from Saxon Holt of how certain photos were created, and quirky observations of gardens.

Assignment – Foliage

A garden photo is not simply a landscape photograph taken in a garden.  It should communicate something about gardening, something that enlarges the viewer’s understanding [...]

By |2015-07-28T16:26:15-07:00June 4, 2013|Library|0 Comments

Finding the Photo

Whenever I travel for a presentation I try to incorporate some local gardens into the show to better connect with the audience. My recent presentation in [...]

By |2015-06-18T15:37:57-07:00March 13, 2013|Library|0 Comments

Wending and Wind

Almost all gardens, all sizes, are designed with wending in mind.  Don’t you just love that Old English word “wending”  ?  So casual, carefree, and [...]

By |2015-06-18T15:38:01-07:00March 12, 2013|Library|0 Comments

Too Much Fun

It was spring. I knew my Ribes sanguineum was crying out to be photographed.  A siren song really.   She beckoned and seduced me away [...]

By |2014-09-30T23:12:52-07:00February 21, 2013|Library|0 Comments
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