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Naomi Hoffman

I've got to disagree with you there about gardeners and winter - I've never classified myself as such but I suppose I am a gardener, and I LOVE winter! It has long been my favourite season, for many reasons. I feel that the landscape is more honest in winter, nothing can be hidden, I like seeing the structural elements of trees and plants even more than the foliage, and most blissful of all - QUIET! No AC units, no lawnmowers, no leafblowers, no kids yelling, no car windows down blaring music, and usually few people walking outdoors in the cold. In one word....BLISS! Plus...those moody, blustery cloudy days remind me of home. :)


Well, you definitely raise some good points. I once made a collage of my favorite photographs and almost all were taken in winter. I was surprised to discover that I might be a winter person. The landscape is more honest (maybe painfully so), the designer in us can learn lessons from that.

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