nature, Photography A Change of Scene Feb 23, 2023 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 10 Comments It’s always a good idea to see a bit of summer, even in winter. Happy Thursday. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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I can almost smell the flowers from your picture. This will be a good image to remember as I head outdoors soon to shovel the driveway.
So sorry to hear that you’re stuck with that chore, but on the plus side, you will definitely earn a lovely hot chocolate! This is the lavender garden outside a favourite hotel (it’s 100+ years old) that also contains a very good restaurant. You can stroll the garden or sit outside. It’s lovely and smells wonderful!
I’m with Linda. Summery scenes are always good come Feb. Some more shoveling in my future too. Happy Thursday Lynette. Allan
I couldn’t agree more. Once February arrives our patience starts to run out. Sorry to hear about the shovelling; I saw on the weather radar that Alberta was getting a blast. Stay warm and give your yourself a treat after your arm workout.
I bet that smells good, too!
It smells lovely and was full of bees as well; there was quite a pronounced hum because there were so many. They were certainly very, very busy. 🙂
We planted some lavender in front of the house but it wasn’t all that happy. Too bad. That picture makes me think of a nap on the porch.
This lovely garden is part of the grounds of a lovely late 19th century hotel. Very small with only 15 rooms and a really great restaurant with a verandah. Lots of places to sit outside and have a cool drink. There were a couple of people napping or dozing, for sure. It’s a very pretty spot and a favourite of ours.
Sorry to hear that your lavender didn’t do well. It does best in full morning sun and some shade in the afternoon or evening. The soil doesn’t need to be rich. Cheers.
That made me feel warmer if even for a brief moment. 🙂
Glad to hear that it did! When I’m impatient and feeling like winter is going on for way too long, I like to look at summer pictures of home. Cheers.