These were store-bought flowers and though I bought them for filler in a larger bouquet, they have become some of my favorite purchased flowers to date all on their own.
I have them sitting in my kitchen window in a blue mason jar. It's a stunning combination. I went a little crazy photographing them. These, believe it or not, are the chosen few shots I've decided to share with you.
I love the way muted afternoon light filters through the petals.
One might say that I missed the "Less is More" lecture in art school.
The kids and I drove down to Georgia for a much coveted "Beach Vacation." It is a kind of vacation with which we are somewhat unfamiliar as we are so pale and susceptible to sun burn.
It was a long two day drive, but we arrived safely.
Here are a few weird shots taken during our trip down.
(I have nothing from Maryland as I spent most of my time in that state white knuckled driving through the DC area.)
(Again, nothing in South Carolina, mainly because there was no place to stop for a picture - although the highway was beautiful in some places - and because I just wanted to get out of SC and into Georgia. Photos of Georgia are coming...)