40 Garden Tools
This year is the 40th birthday of National Wildlife Federation’s Certified Wildlife Habitat program. (By coincidence, I turned 40 this year as well!)
To help celebrate this special birthday, I decided to take a series of photos of 40 garden objects. This photo series was inspired by the blog Things Organized Neatly. My arrangements are not arranged as neatly as many photos on that blog, but you get the idea.
I’m starting with my gardening tools:
I did not realize I had so many gardening tools, or that they would take up so much space. Once I laid out the tools, I had to find a way to take the photo. I got a step stool so I could be high enough. It took a few tries to frame things right.
Share Your 40 Garden Objects Photos!
During Garden for Wildlife month, I’m going to keep taking photos of 40 garden objects. Would you like to join me? What will you photograph? Share your photos at our Garden for Wildlife Facebook page for everyone to see.
And if you haven’t already certified your yard as wildlife-friendly, certify your yard with National Wildlife Federation this month!
Check out the 40 garden object photos from other weeks:
- Week 2 – Nuts nibbled by squirrels!
- Week 3 – Green Leaves
- Week 4 – Flowers from my Neighborhood
- Week 5 – Spider Webs