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3. Photograph Your Fall Garden

Snapping photos of your garden isn’t just a good reminder for next year’s planning, it’s also a wonderful way to slow down and get to know your own small patch of nature. Grab your camera or phone and take your time moseying through your garden space.

Early morning or evening provides the best light for photography, so plan your wander for then if you can. Look closely: Can you find signs of spiders, leaves changing color or seed heads? When you’re done, print your snapshots and tack them up on an inspiration board or put a few favorites in a bowl on the coffee table.

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