Photographing Peonies

by Matthew Innis |

Each year, I look forward to the blooming of our single peony bush.  Several years ago, I pulled it out of someone’s garbage, and during our last two moves, it has travelled with my wife and me to be replanted in each new garden.  The flowers it produces emit a wonderful scent, and are very delicate…

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