The attached photos were taken at the Missouri Botanical Gardens for the "Garden of Glass" exhibit in June 2017, featuring the incredible artwork of Craig Mitchell Smith
intertwined with the natural beauty of the garden. I found the richness of the color amazing, and as with the Chihuly exhibit in previous years, I was amazed at how easily artificial glass sculptures can meld with the foliage and colors of the garden.
These images have not been colorwashed; they are just as they were captured by my camera. I don't do much with Photoshop anyway; just a few washes in Lightroom. But in this case, I have not altered them in any way. I had many more, but unfortunately Patreon does not seem to handle vertical images well. I will try to fix that before the next photo post.
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