Small Suspended Garden In Mexico

a small suspended garden in Guanajuato, Mexico

I photographed this small suspended garden in Guanajuato, Mexico.

It was just a small balcony on a narrow street going up the hill.  As small as it was, the balcony was full of flowers. Some were filing the inside space and others were hanging over the railing. My initial reaction was to smile, but soon it turned into admiration. The house owner obviously would have liked to have a real garden but they couldn’t. The space available was not enough for that. They found the solution: a small suspended garden. And it was beautiful I think. Mexicans definitely like colors. You can see this on all those houses on the hillsides of Guanajuato. The balcony door was nicely contrasting with the orange wall, and the blue flower pots were just popping. It was a nice small suspended garden creatively done.

a small suspended garden in Guanajuato, Mexico

As I liked it so much, I tried to be creative myself and made a digital painted version of it.

Small Suspended Garden Gift Ideas

I think that the colorful small suspended garden can make a nice decor in any room in your home.

Small suspended garden digital paint print for wall decor

It can also make some great gift ideas for a home warming event, like pillow cover or shower curtain

A Small Suspended Garden In Mexico - Digital Paint Throw Pillow
A Small Suspended Garden In Mexico - Digital Paint Shower Curtain

There are many gift ideas to choose from, but another suggestion would be a Note Book:

A Small Suspended Garden In Mexico - Digital Paint Note Book

Just click on the images to see more options, print types, sizes and prices.
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BTW: This picture has been featured in the following galleries at Fine Art America:
“Seen But Not Noticed”
“Images That Excite You”
“Camera Art”

5 Comments on “Small Suspended Garden In Mexico

  1. Fantastic ideas to turn your photos into graphic art products. I have used redbubble before for transferring my painted designs onto merchandise. This angle is even better as it inspires folks to see what they can do with a product and they can click on the post right there. Instant gratification, but oh so creative. I love the colour harmony you found here!

    • I have a few on Redbubble too, but these are on FAA. I’m not sure which one is better, but for now I’m working mainly with this site. Well, I thought I’d better do something with my photos – I sold a few 🙂
      My GiftSmart site was an affiliate based gift site many years ago, but I gave up with that idea (the affiliate products were often discontinued and there was a tremendous work to update the pages). After it was dormant for years, I got the idea of inserting my own products. I’m still in the beginning of the process, but it may work…don’t know yet, but trying 🙂

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