Jane is blogging!

Jane’s Cards

Congratulations to my friend Jane for tip toeing into the world of blogging!  I am sure you are going to enjoy, travels with Jane as she shares her experiences of becoming a professional photographer of flowers.   Here you will catch the spirit of someone who will go to great lengths to get the perfect shot of your garden, one that expresses the angle of inner light for your flowers and calls to your spirit.   She’ll take in all kinds of professional advice, ignore most of it and then do what she feels is necessary for that perfect picture.  If you don’t find Jane here chronicling her tribulations, you may well find her in your back garden, trying to get the best angle and light for that ancient Iris plant you inherited from your great grandmothers house.   

Mostly, Jane has a kind, caring and compassionate view of the world.  Hang out here to find a friend, and company that leaves you feeling better than when you arrived.  So grab a cup of tea and connect!
With love and light,

Janes friend

Carolyn
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About Carolyn Winter, Holographic Coach

Energy Healer & life coach, with unique online long distance applications providing tools to navigate your holographic universe. Currently partnering with Resonance Repatterning teacher Ardis Ozborn to bring the training seminars online in a live video conferencing format. My passion is quilting.
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4 Responses to Jane is blogging!

  1. Hey Jane – what flowers are coming up this weekend that we could photograph? Any ideas on what to look for?

  2. The lilies are just about in bloom. They’ll be beautiful if the red beetles don’t make a meal of them first.
    Jane

  3. Elaine says:

    Hi Jane, Wow, the pictures of your flowers are beautiful! Love your descriptions too. Since our yard is totally in the shade, we have a sea of hostas. Begonias seem to do ok in the planter box.

    • Elaine,
      Sorry I didn’t reply to your comment sooner. I’m glad you enjoyed the flowers…..my most common photography subjects! I’d love to see your garden some time. Perhaps next summer! Jane

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