Wednesday, March 14, 2012

please indulge me

in a few days of holiday photos.
(daniel stowe botanical garden, belmont, north carolina)

thank you for your comments during my absence.
it will be days before i catch up with all of your blogs.
i look forward to every single image.

18 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

This picture is a fantastic artwork,congratulations!
Enjoy your break!
See you...
Léia

Birdman said...

I'm going to jealous. I can tell.

Julie said...

Loving the perspective of the lattice of shadows.

Doug Hickok said...

Glad you and Mr Brattcat made it back safely. Becky and I are still relishing the short time we spent together with the both of you in Chas. :^)

Honest Abe said...

These gardens are so pretty and I find them very inspirational.

Sharon Creech said...

I'm glad you saw sun while giving us those snowy pics. Welcome home again, brattcat.

Malyss said...

I like your perspective..

Sharon said...

I love holiday photos, go for it!

Lowell said...

You are indulged. Lovely shot here! So you never made it all the way to Florida! You can still come down here...going to be about 90 degrees today which is a bit warm for March and might indicate it's going to be a hell of a summer. Yikes!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Welcome back Brattcat, look forward to your holiday images.
Thankfully it's cooling down in Perth, 30C for the next week, perfect!

Rob Siemann said...

This is gorgeous!

VP said...

I like the place and the perspective...

Jack said...

Wonderfully composed, brattcat. I have never heard of this garden. It would be good to see.

Tash said...

Indulgence will be ours! Inviting place.

Carraol said...

Amazing sense of depth, love composition and light!

Jilly said...

Just love those shadows - what a great place to renew one's energy and feed the soul.

JM said...

I love pergolas. What a great perspective!

Irina said...

As I was moving from later posts down, I was confused about the (too) early spring in Brattleboro)) Climate change? Now puzzle solved, every image of SC is so beautiful.