I found some old pictures from 2006. That was the year I decided to take a picture a day as a project. By the end of the year, I decided to become a photographer, and within the next year had transitioned from my Management Consulting work, and was taking photography courses at Ryerson and online. It's a few years later, and I am enjoying gardening and photography as my major activities. I still do some contract consulting work for the income.
So, I found a 2006 image of the Niagara Crab Apple Allee, and want to show you the spring and winter comparison. It's that such a show when they are in bloom!
Something I noticed was the difference in where I took the picture from then. I missed out on capturing the infinity view. This past winter you can see how extensive the Allee is and how far that view goes. The giant urns - and they are giant - draw your eye all the way through the garden, and right to the end. It is a masterful technique that we can consider using in our own little gardens - placing pots at regular intervals to draw the eye through the garden scape.