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From Lightroom to Instagram

From Lightroom to Instagram | Garden Photography | Scoop.it
How to publish directly from Adobe Lightroom to Instagram thanks to a great little Lightroom plugin. Features captions and hashtags.

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6 Favourite Trees & How to Buy Them

6 Favourite Trees & How to Buy Them | Garden Photography | Scoop.it
Plant a Tree for National Tree Week The first week in December marks the 40th Anniversary of National Tree Week here in the UK. This is recognised as the ideal time for planting in temperate regions and National Tree week was introduced to encourage folks to plant more trees in...

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In recognition of National Tree Week, Andy McIndoe lists 6 of his favourite trees for small gardens & how to buy them

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Swan Picture -- Animal Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day

Swan Picture -- Animal Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day | Garden Photography | Scoop.it
A cygnet peers out from a mother swan's wing in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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Walmart Suing a Photog's Widow, Waltons Say They Own the Copyright to His Photos of Their Family

Walmart Suing a Photog's Widow, Waltons Say They Own the Copyright to His Photos of Their Family | Garden Photography | Scoop.it
In a copyright battle truly worthy of the David and Goliath designation, it seems that Walmart and its founding family, the Waltons, have filed a lawsuit a

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Enter to Win a Border Dahlia Garden from Longfield Gardens

Enter to Win a Border Dahlia Garden from Longfield Gardens | Garden Photography | Scoop.it
‘Like’ Longfield Gardens on Facebook for a chance to win a variety of dahlias perfect for border gardens

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Better Landscape Photography Tips and Video Tutorials

Better Landscape Photography Tips and Video Tutorials | Garden Photography | Scoop.it
... apply these to any location and use them immediately. Some really good stuff in here as the two photographers show different ways of approaching the same subject matter and talk about lenses, camera settings and composition for impact.
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26 Tactics, Tools and Tips to Create a Strong Social Media Content Strategy

26 Tactics, Tools and Tips to Create a Strong Social Media Content Strategy | Garden Photography | Scoop.it
Social media tips: how to strengthen the impact of the content you create and generate the buzz you’re looking for.
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Wild Concrete: The tenacity of life

Wild Concrete: The tenacity of life | Garden Photography | Scoop.it

Incredible photos of trees growing in the city of Hong-Kong, a great demonstration of the tenacity of life! An interesting photographic series by photograph Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze.From Romain:Wild Concrete is a photographic series focusing on a very singular phenomenon happening in Hong ... http://bit.ly/1d2ujxu


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Vertical Gardens Offer More than Just Space Saving - Fox 2 KFXV

Vertical Gardens Offer More than Just Space Saving - Fox 2 KFXV | Garden Photography | Scoop.it
Vertical Gardens Offer More than Just Space Saving
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Gardens that grow vertically rather than spreading across the landscape are all the rage among urban gardening fans these days.
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Herbaceous is the first of a new series of books celebrating the very best in contemporary nature writing about the British Isles

Herbaceous is the first of a new series of books celebrating the very best in contemporary nature writing about the British Isles | Garden Photography | Scoop.it

 

Herbaceous is the fist of a new series of books celebrating the very best in contemporary nature writing. A cross between New Naturalist and King Penguin, the series invites a wide range of authors and artists to choose a particular building, plant, animal, person or landscape, and through this object of their fascination tell us wider stories about the British Isles.

 

Herbaceous  

 

Climate change is eroding the familiar pattern of the seasons, so we turn instinctively to the life cycle of herbaceous plants to guide us through the year. The growing, flowering, seeding and dying back to earth of wild flowers, weeds, herbs and garden perennials sustain and enrich our everyday lives with food, metaphor, joy, anxiety, medicine, stories, beauty and enchantment. Above all, by enabling us to read the changing seasons, plants help us navigate our way in the world.

 

Herbaceous is a journey which follows the colour pulse of plants throughout the year, searching for new rhythms in a changing world. It begins with yellow: the pulse of early insects and the symbol of the returning sun. It is followed by spring’s vernal whites and the hedonist, spirited pinks of summer. Gradually, the strange and melancholy blues of early autumn are replaced by the ripple of seed-setting and a return to the browns of our subterranean winter dreams.

 

Herbaceous is gardening with words. It is a book of audacious botany and poetic vision which asks us to look anew at our relationship with plants and celebrates their power to nourish the human spirit.

 

PAUL EVANS spent many years as a gardener working in rose nurseries, graveyards, historic gardens in Wales and a botanical garden in New York. He is a writer, broadcaster and award-winning playwright, best known for his ‘Country Diary’ in The Guardian and various natural history programmes and drama- documentaries for BBC Radio 4. Paul has also been a performance poet, a nature conservationist, holds a PhD in philosophy, and is currently a lecturer at Bath Spa University. He lives in Much Wenlock, Shropshire, with his family.

 

Published by Little Toller Books on May 12th 2014

210 x 156mm, hardback Price: £12 isbn 978-1-908213-16-7

Jacket over foiled boards,112 pages on 90gsm

Munken paper Jacket and internal illustration by Kurt Jackson

 

Distributed by Central Books T: 020 8525 8800F: 020 8525 8879E: orders@centralbooks.com  W: centralbooks.com

 

Also available from Gardners Books & Little Toller Contact Gracie on 01300 321536 or books@littletoller.co.uk

 

Forthcoming this spring and summer: ON SILBURY HILL by Adam Thorpe and ASH by Oliver Rackham

 

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written by PAUL EVANS  @DrPaulEvans1

illustrated by Kurt Jackson @KurtJackson 

 

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Know Your Place: An art project celebrating the legends and folklore of Earl's Hill, Shropshire

This video is about the making and installation of some site-specific art works related to the legends and folklore of Earl's Hill, near the village of Ponte...

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