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 garden : 1. A plot of ground where plants are cultivated.

2. The flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden.

Gardens have been a favourite subject for photographers since cameras were invented in the mid 19th century.
The photographic opportunities they offer range from closeup shots of detail and texture to large expanses of colour and contrast; from parts of individual plants to spectacular landscapes.
Photographing gardens mostly involves working in variable natural light and the subject changes with the seasons.

This month, DIG members presented their selections of garden photographs.

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Tulips
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Marilyn Schell
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Gladys Brooks
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Harry Vesely
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Mary Blount
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Robin Ireland
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Jean McCormick
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Hazel Blair
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Margaret Barnett
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Neville Donnet
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Dorothy Durney
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Leo Lennon
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Barry Porter
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Ken McRae
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Geoff Turton
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Joyce Pickup
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Pam Donnet