9 05 2012

Daylily (Hermerocallis yezoensis), photographed at Green Spring Gardens

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.




4 responses

9 05 2012

love the threes!

10 05 2012

I’m always on the lookout for the three’s! 🙂

10 05 2012

That was a big take away for me from your talk with us….. and I have tried to pay more attention to that.. and really the “3’s” catch your eye too… like the 3 purple Mexican flowers I had posted a few days ago.

10 05 2012

Glad you learned that from my ramblings! 🙂 And really, an odd number is great whether you’re photographing, painting, drawing or even planting flowers. I usually always plant 1, 3 or 5 of a particular plant (depending on the size and the cost factor) when I add something to my garden. The rule even works with people—an odd number has balance, plus 3 people (one or two seated or one seated and two standing at different heights) forms the coveted “triangle shape” in a composition.

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