botanical garden, denver, flowers, photography

Botanical Beauty

As a writer, I'm still learning to provide enough details in a setting so the reader can easily join the protagonist wherever she or he is. One way I practice this is to be mindful of my surroundings and notice what is around me. The more details I notice, the better. Colors, particularly ones that… Continue reading Botanical Beauty

art, beauty, flowers, nature, photographer, photography

More of Nature’s Beauties

Today, my carpal tunnel has me in writhing pain. But, I want to bless you with more of nature's beauties I've captured in photographs, especially since many of you seemed to appreciate the last time I posted Nature's Little Beauties. Enjoy! N.B.: You can click on the individual images. Lily Chang © 2018

art, flowers, painting, process, watercolor

Seeking Sweetness in a Storm

You would have thought I had asked who had stolen the Mona Lisa, by the explosive storms that raged, when I asked a simple, seemingly benign question. Noise pollution -  filled with lies, accusations, and deceit - cluttered the air. Nothing of any significance had been stolen. Nothing. Nothing! These attacks were about an empty box… Continue reading Seeking Sweetness in a Storm

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Making Life Delicious One Bite at a Time

The daily grind can be downright frustrating, annoying, and discouraging. There's a threshold for tolerating such nonsense. Listening to others' word vomit. Inching through traffic moving no faster than a slimy snail. Doing thankless jobs and tasks. Then, it becomes too much. Yet, many of those irritations remain unavoidable. We have to put up with… Continue reading Making Life Delicious One Bite at a Time

art, butterflies, butterfly, flowers, photographer, photography

Nature’s Little Beauties

In spite of the woes and frustrations of work I had to tend, I'm sharing little beauties I've photographed. Lily Chang © 2018 I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did. The butterflies and the bee were taken in nature, not in any kind of sanctuary or butterfly pavilion.