The flower gardens in the Bellagio Hotel on the strip in Las Vegas, Nevada, is a must see even if you are not staying in the hotel. All the item on the left and right of the bridge and the statue straight ahead were made of flowers. The display changes every few months. It is always a real treat to visit to see the imagination of the horticulturists.
This part of Death Valley is 282 feet (85.5 meters) below sea level. We were only part of the way down towards the bottom.
The feature image shows concrete steps built into the Azalea Gardens at Ravines Garden State Park in Palatka, Florida.
Tweety was in full photography mode while posing upon the driftwood sculpture that Frank had built in one of the flower gardens. Tweety was so photogenic and gave us many days of pleasure photography him.
The feature image is the best and only photo I have of signs of fall. It was taken last September in Bozeman, Montana. In Florida, we don’t get the change with the red, orange & yellow until January when much of the rest of… Continue Reading “Sunday Stills – Fall Color Ochre – 10.11.20”
The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens offers seasonal themed gardens which are constructed by some very talented horticulturists and designers. Larger than life displays embellish this beautiful space below the large skylights in the ceiling.
You get my overrun Mexican Petunias!
This post is in response to TERRI WEBSTER SCHRANDT Sunday Stills challenge. The theme this week is Water Droplets.
Nature is a broad realm of the natural, physical and material things existing in our world and/or universe. It is a wide spectrum of living and non-living entities. For me, it is all about wildlife and the planet we call home. There is so much to explore that we can’t see it all in a lifetime, but I can share a few things that I have experienced in my few years on Earth.
As we lie on a hill
looking through the sky
trying to see heaven
dreams come to thought.