A very dear friend of mine, who happens to be Godmother to my youngest has an amazing well tended garden behind her historic townhome. I sang with her today for Easter and spent a little time strolling the grounds enjoying the company, the smells, and sights. It was a therapeutic end to a very hectic few months. I hope you enjoy!
Oh, how I wish I made it to the banzais before the baby melted down! Still, there was beauty everywhere, including those I was with and made for some excellent camera fodder.
These are small tiles in the grotto of the children’s garden.
This is how my little guy played in the fountain… by splashing himself in the face!
The living hallway… you know a place is really special when they go to all this trouble to decorate the corridor that holds the bathrooms.
A baby fern
Under the weeping cherry
I thought this hill looked so magical – thanks Lightroom for the ability to edit it how I saw it!
Japanese wisteria born 1975
My beautiful friend and her adorable daughter
Since I left Longwood Gardens with 300 photos in my memory card, I thought I’d break them down a bit.
I am gonna end this set with my very favorite photo. It is how I wish all of these photos turned out. Everything relevant is in focus, it’s beautifully lit, it’s crisp, and beautiful. You get this because you scrolled to the end of the post!