Aerial View of Autumn Above Lake Whitingham, Vermont - Michaela Medina Harlow - thegardenerseden.comAbove Lake Whitingham, Wilmington, Vermont – Copyright 2013, Michaela M. Harlow

Unless otherwise noted, photographs on this site are copyright Michaela Medina Harlow and/or The Gardener’s Eden, all rights reserved.My photography may not be used, reproduced or reposted elsewhere online without prior written permission.

My landscape and botanical photography has been published in numerous electronic and printed periodicals and books; including,, Birds & Blooms Magazine, Northern Gardener Magazine, Groei & Bloei, McGraw Hill Science (online & in print), The Brooklyn Botanical Garden Catalog, The New England Wildflower Society, and others. If you would like to license my images for editorial work, please contact me via email: michaela (at) the gardeners eden (dot) com. In all commercial applications, a licensing fee will apply. I do not license my photographs for generic stock use.

 Please do not re-post, blog, or otherwise use my photographs without written permission. Uncertain of how copyright law or the fair use doctrine work? Visit the United States Copyright Office’s website for help. 

Directly Linking Pages on This Site to Pinterest is Permitted. Please Credit the Photo in Caption Notes. Thank You!

 Oxydendrum arboreum â“’ Michaela Medina, The Gardener’s Eden

Panicum virgatum ‘Heavy Metal’ (Switch Grass) â“’ Michaela Medina – The Gardener’s Eden

Geranium ‘Brookside’ in Autumn â“’ Michaela Medina, The Gardener’s Eden

Photographs posted by Michaela on The Gardener’s Eden are taken with iPhone, the Canon G Series Cameras (pictured above) and the Canon EOS 5D Mark II (pictured below)

9 Replies to “Photography”

  1. Denine

    Ted and Michaela,

    Thank you for sharing those tips with us. I love this blog and visit often. It’s awe inspiring. Keep up the beautiful work…

  2. Ellen Hoverkamp

    Hi Michaela,
    I just met Ted Dillard by phone and he told me about your wonderful blog.
    I’m tempted to spend more time than I should today getting lost in your digital pages. Thanks so much for this resource. I’ll revisit often.

  3. Lauren

    Hi Michaela.

    I found you via your comment on Design*Sponge. I liked your photography copyright tips there. I am starting two very different blogs soon and while one will have minimal photography, the other will (eventually) have oodles – all my own. So, your tips were timely. I liked that you link to the US Copyright Office above too. Very thorough.

    In the meantime, I’ve discovered your great blog!


  4. Michaela

    @ Lauren. Hi there! Thank you for taking the time to follow the link back and visit my site. Yes, copyright law and how it applies to artwork online is a subject of great interest to me. Whenever I see a site with uncredited/unlinked artwork, I feel that I am looking at stolen goods. I guess that’s because, I AM looking at stolen goods. I love that Grace covered the subject in her Biz Ladies column on Design*Sponge, and appreciate others, like Frolic, for doing so as well. I figure, the more often people write about the subject, the more likely people will appreciate that not only is copyright law, the law, but also crediting and asking permission for use are just a matter of simple respect! I look forward to visiting your new blog. Please send me an email when you are up and running. All the best, Michaela

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