For more than thirty years, the Garden Photographic Society has been meeting at the Chicago Botanic Garden, providing members a special place to pursue their passion for photographing nature. We invite you to visit the Garden in the coming weeks to watch spring finally unfold and to stop in Joutras Gallery, located in Regenstein Center, to see the Garden Photographic Society's annual 'Nature in View' exhibit. The exhibition features photographs of the natural world, many of which were taken at the Garden. The exhibit opens Saturday, March 22 and runs through Sunday, April 6. The exhibit is free to the public but the Chicago Botanic Garden does charge non-members for parking. Members can park for free.
Please come and see the exhibit! I have four pieces in the show, one of which is pictured above. Bring your camera as spring is just beginning to unfold. The snowdrops are popping through the ground and soon crocus and tulips will follow. I've been so busy these past months, I just haven't been able to do blog updates but I promise to blog more as spring comes to the Garden. It was a long and cold winter here in Chicago and we are more than ready for the blessings of spring!