The Garden in Winter

Each season at The State Botanical Garden has its own charms. One of the most interesting strolls on a chilly Winter day is through the Dunson Native Flora Garden where deciduous trees have shed their leaves, drawing the eye to texture and shape. So, grab your coat and enjoy a day at the Garden.

illy Winter day is through the Dunson Native Flora Garden where deciduous trees have shed their leaves, drawing the eye to texture and shape. So, grab your coat and enjoy a day at the Garden.

Photography by Don Hunter
Don retired from a 33-year career as an environmental scientist with the US EPA in 2012. Since his retirement, his main interest has been nature photography

Look Up! by Don Hunter
Look Up! by Don Hunter

 

Look Down! by Don Hunter
Look Down! by Don Hunter

 

See Texture by Don Hunter
See Texture by Don Hunter

 

Find the Metal Sculpture by Don Hunter
Find the Metal Sculpture by Don Hunter

 

Crunch the leaves underfoot by Don Hunter
Crunch the leaves underfoot by Don Hunter

 

Appreciate remnants of color by Don Hunter
Appreciate remnants of color by Don Hunter

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