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Succulent Sunday: The Little Things

Pho­to by Meg Boscov

[Editor’s Note: This ongo­ing Sun­day fea­ture pairs pho­tographs from Meg Boscov with a thought (or two) from the man­ag­ing edi­tor about focus­ing on tiny things to find some­thing sig­nif­i­cant. Click on the pic­ture itself to view at full size.]


Beau­ty, they say, is in the eye of the behold­er. Here, Meg Boscov be-holdin’ her cam­era to find such beau­ty in an ear­ly spring gar­den.



When I looked at that same gar­den, here is what I saw:


You need to let the lit­tle things that would ordi­nar­i­ly bore you sud­den­ly thrill you,” Andy Warhol once said. That is Sunday’s mes­sage from the suc­cu­lents.



Meg Boscov lives and works out­side of Philadel­phia where she con­tin­ues to pur­sue her careers in ani­mal-assist­ed edu­ca­tion & dog train­ing, along with her bur­geon­ing inter­ests in pho­tog­ra­phy & gar­den­ing.




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