by Maggie Sefton
I was transferring some photos to my laptop from my iPhone yesterday, and I noticed some of the many photos of beautiful flowers I'd taken on my trip to San Diego for a recent conference in July. Those bright red blossoms pictured above were on a plant that was sitting right next to the hotel entrance which was glass and always wide open and inviting.
Naturally I spotted other beautiful flower photos I'd taken on previous trips---some for writing related conferences and others taken on pleasure trips. So I thought I'd share some of these photos I've taken over the past few years in a variety of locales.
I admired these gorgeous azaleas at one of the homes on the Garden Tour of Homes last springs in Falls Church and Arlington, Virginia. My friend from childhood, Diane, and I have made it a point to attend that wonderful tour every spring. There are several homes on display each year and they're all been re-decorated by the top interior designers in the area.
I saw these cheerful bright hibiscus blossoms in a private garden in Antigua when I took a wonderful cruise through several Caribbean countries last February.
These stunning hanging garden displays were at a nursery garden center in Juneau, Alaska
Flowers were everywhere in Mexico a few years ago, even in February. Mild temperatures and sunny skies. The house that fellow mystery
We'll wrap up today with a photo of spring azalea blossoms at the River house in Virginia's Northern Neck, just a block from the Potomac River.