I’m kind of upset, they’re calling for snow and ice all week and we already have half our yard blooming, which means they’ll be going, going, gone.
It also means I’m going to be a little colder than planned in Atlanta, a trip I leave for tomorrow with one of my best friends. I’ll do a blog post on here to share the fun, but it’s more a visiting girls trip then it is a sight seeing trip. If you’d like to follow along, I’m sure I’ll be putting some up in real time on my instagram account and story. I’m excited to get out of GSO for a bit, having been sick for a year I haven’t gotten to do much. Continue reading
Chives might not be something most people photograph, but the blooms are beautiful and perhaps the only ones in my yard at the current moment. The weather here in North Carolina is finally starting to shift into fall. We had a week of rain that dropped the temp. down to a more manageable one. Luckily today and yesterday we’ve had clearer skies. All the grey starts to get to me after a while. I love a stormy night as much as anyone, but I tire after a day or two. I’ve always laughed that I’m solar powered, and it feels more true than it should!
So here is me celebrating sunny fall weather with some spring like pictures.
Well, I promise when the leaves start changing I’ll be more in tune with the rest of the internet.
I know this blog has been a little flower crazy in the last few weeks. I love doing photography posts, because I think they add beauty to this blog- and this time of year, all I can seem to take pictures of are blooms.
Hydrangea’s are great because their blooms will last all summer if they are planted in the right shade/light ratio. We have pink and blue ones in my parents yard. All beyond beautiful, but since blue is my favorite color these have a special place in my heart.
Hey guys! It’s official- schools out forever. I’m so excited about it! And to prepare you, this is just the start of the flower pictures I have for you. In the next few days I’ll be posting my adventure pictures from The Reynolda Garden in Winston Salem. Till them have some neighborhood love with these pretty daffodils. Between the blooms and the warmer weather, there is no question why spring is my favorite season!
Hey everyone, sorry for the two weeks of darkness. I needed a little bit to get my head on straight. It’s been a crazy
semester year. Still, slowly moving forward, even though I don’t feel like I’m making much progress. The flowers are helping though, and all the beautiful green coming up in the trees. There are more pictures of them below the read more, my campus is simply lit up with beauty. I can’t tell you how good it is for my soul.