Sherardia

Field Madder by Amanda Makepeace

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Sherardia arvensis (Field Madder or Spurwort) is the tiniest wildflower I have ever photographed. Continue reading

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American Holly

American Holly by Amanda Makepeace

© Amanda Makepeace

Holly is a symbol of the holiday season, but we rarely see photos of the shrub/tree when it blooms in May. I’m lucky enough to have three very large Holly Trees. The tiny little white flowers alongside the red berries was a magical site.

Photo taken with my iPhone, no edits.

Look Up

Hyatt From Below by Amanda Makepeace

© Amanda Makepeace

I’ve just returned from Dragon Con in Atlanta, where I participated in the 2014 Art Show. It’s a juried exhibition held each year in the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. The hotel opened in 1967 and was first known as the Regency Hyatt House. The revolutionary 22-story atrium was designed by architect John Calvin Portman, Jr. and it set the tone for future hotel designs.

Whenever I’m at Dragon Con and Hyatt I can’t help but look up!

Photo taken with my iPhone 4.