A Memory Garden

© Mary Silva

A Memory Garden

Uploaded: June 24, 2006

Description

Another in a series of photos about my brother Wayne's old garden boots. He passed away several months ago and I acquired these boots originally because I thought my husband might use them. The more I walked past them in my garage, the more I knew I had to plant a garden in them. He would probably prefer cucumbers or some other vegetable planted in them but I can see his crooked smile shining down on me now, I really can! I think he would love knowing that his boots are still carrying on gardening duties. No flash, early morning light, f5.0 ISO 100

Exif: FNumber: 5, ExposureBiasValue: 0/2, ExposureTime: 3.33333333333333E-02, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: 100, WhiteBalance: auto white balance

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