While on a stroll at Camp McDowell in Nauvoo, AL,
these yellow cone flowers faces greeted me.
These gladiolas were having a blooming
good day hanging out in our yard.
This morning glory's happy face greeted me during a morning stroll
at the Hiawassee River in the Tennessee Mountains.
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens Fortissimo Daffodil
was a beauty which had fallen over into the dried leaves.
My Mamaw's Iris grows to eye level. This was photographed in Trussville, AL.
The setting sun at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens
was making this daffodil radiant with light.
Photographed at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens,
this Poppy popped out at me. If you look closely you will notice the pollen.
The backdrop of a winter sky accented
the radiance of this Daffodil in our back yard.
The light was playing around at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
I was able to capture it at just the right moment.
This was photographed during one of my Atlanta strolls.
Simpleness can be so beautiful.
This incredible hibiscus with all its twirling stamens and luscious buds
was bursting fort with new life at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
This daffodil face was just visible
through the mist outside my window.
This zinger was photographed in Lou's garden
at Camp McDowell, Nauvoo, AL.
This Mrs. R. L. Wheeler camellia, at The Birmingham
Botanical Gardens, was sporting a Dash Of Pink.