Mother Nature

© James R. Jackson

Mother Nature

Uploaded: March 15, 2004


This is a shot of a giant topiary entitled "Mother Nature," taken at the Montreal Mosiaculture exhibit in September 2003. There were 70 such sculptures (all made with living plants), but Mother Nature stood out as the fairest of them all. Truly awesome to see up close! Handheld, natural light, auto settings.


Cathy Barrows March 15, 2004

very the water coming thru the hand #107311

James R. Jackson March 15, 2004

Thanks, Cathy. The water did add a great effect! #425567

Colleen Braun March 15, 2004

beautiful #425585

Joyce Baldassarre March 15, 2004

WOW!!!! VERY COOL! #425637

James R. Jackson March 15, 2004

Thank you Colleen and Joyce! Joyce, I know you would have had a field day at the exhibit. I'll post a few more soon. Thanks again! Jay

Colette M. Metcalf March 15, 2004

Great image, Jay!!! #425656

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