Although the snow blankets everything you still see the beauty in the winter landscape.
Lavender Flower Believe it or not it has been so mild here in New England some of Lavender is still blooming. So so strange.
Print available here… The softness of glowing and ethereal macro view of Lavender.
The first flower that blooms in my yard are these violets. They pop up just about everywhere. A word of warning which I myself should have heeded, these flowers are very invasive. If… Continue reading
There is a beautiful and magical place on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. It is called Heritage Museums and Gardens in Sandwich. It is acres of magnificent nature trails just waiting to be explored… Continue reading
Dying to see these dazzling flowers but alas we are about to buried by 12 to 18 inches more snow tonight! Can you believe it? I don’t know if spring will ever truly… Continue reading
Print available for purchase on ETSY here… After I post landscape, coastal, city shots for a while I always get drawn back to my garden photos. Especially now that the leaves are off… Continue reading
Black Eyed Susan’s pop up in gardens all over Cape Cod in late July into August. To me they just resonate happiness. And yet at the same time they are one of the… Continue reading
SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE OCEAN,… Continue reading
SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading
There are two types of people. Those that love bright vibrant color and those that love soft muted color. I am of the first group. While I can appreciate a beautiful pastel, faded… Continue reading
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It is flowering Crabapple season here in the Northeast. Actually it’s almost gone by. This and a Bradford Pear tree are two of my most favorite flowering trees. I just love them. The… Continue reading
How many 87 year olds do you seeing doing this? My mother Dot does! I know someone, somewhere is saying why aren’t you helping her? Well my mother refuses to let anyone in… Continue reading
One of the excellent things about the Newport Flower show in early summer is the various displays they put together. This just happened to be one of dozens. It was so picturesque, bright… Continue reading
Just a splash of color and a reminder that yes spring really is just around the corner. Let’s hope!
We are still digging out from the blizzard this past weekend, which dumped well over a foot of snow on the area. Some lucky towns got upwards of 30 inches of snow! It… Continue reading
This is my third and final view of this series of the Butchart Gardens. Another amazing setting in tones of red and orange. Completely different from the previous two. One thing all three… Continue reading
When I went to the Butchart Gardens in British Columbia one of the many amazing gardens was the Japanese Garden. What was so thrilling about it was the way within the garden there… Continue reading
Several years ago I took a trip out to Vancouver to visit my sister Barb. I went with my daughter Allison, and two cousins Robyn and Linda. We all have an appreciation for… Continue reading