Today’s writing inspiration is Claude Monet’s garden in Giverny. I took this photo on a slightly dull day using real film – specifically, Fuji ASA 200 Supericolor. Apart from adding my copyright information, it’s unedited.
From it I can only conclude that Monet wasn’t a innovative artist who devoted his life to capturing the concept of light. He was a photographer. I found that garden inspiring; the interplay of colour and light mixing with a quietness that – even with the visitors trolling around it – lend itself to quiet contemplation.
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