09 April 2010

One dozen flowers as promised

All of these were taken the day after the Flower Town Festival.
They are in the Unitarian Churchyard, downtown Charleston SC.
I think this is one of the most beautiful places on earth.
I hope they make you smile.


  1. these are all so lovely...a good mixture of color and textures...have a marvelous weekend!

  2. Hi there!

    Beautiful flowers! I don't get to see abundant flowers anymore anywhere. At least there's the internet and books.

  3. Awwwww!!

    These are truly beautiful and perfect pics of flowers in all their glory!

    The frames really work and show them off wonderfully!

    Thanks for sharing - they're great photos!

    Take care

  4. It's lovely to see some spring colour after the long winter we've had.

  5. I have a smile from era to ear.;)
    Nature makes me happy at all times and these gorgeous flowers are a true feast for the eyes and the soul.
    Beautiful dear Kat!
    Have a lovely weekend,

  6. Yes, they made me smile...if I could only smell them!

  7. They are beautiful! I especially like the small arrangement on your counter. It's perfect elegance : )

  8. A dozen gorgeous flowers! I can see why you think that's the most gorgeous place on earth - it sure looks like it to me, too!

  9. awesome collections,
    beautiful and inspiring!

  10. Yay! I am in WA state for this month and we have daffs and tulips, forsythia and cherry and apricot blossoms now. The orchard sounds like it could take off because of all the bees. Spring is wonderful. Thanks for sharing your part of the world.

  11. Those are really beautiful! I especially love the Lillies of the Valley. We had some of those where I grew up and they used to smell wonderful. Now you are taking me down memory lane. :) Thanks for the reminder that spring is, indeed, on the way.

    -- Lisa


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