Day 30: Beauty in a broken world

Home can mean many different places to us throughout our lives. My parents still live in the home where I grew up, and my mother’s garden in spring always feels like home to me. Mom wanted me to take a picture of her splendid tulip magnolia last week during a visit, and I got there just in time.

Tulip magnolia blooms

The night I took these, a storm came through and blew most of the petals off the tree. I was grateful to have captured the blooms before they disappeared.

Are there gardens other than your own that make you feel like you’re home?

Join me in the hunt for beauty?
Where do you see beauty in a broken world? There’s still time to add your own images during what’s left in the 31-day journey. Please feel free to comment below with your Instagram handle, and tag your Insta posts with #beautyinabrokenworld. You’ll find me there @pixofhope.

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