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New Summer Flowers

Wandering through Dubenspek park is fun any time of the year.  It is however, especially pleasant in the summer, as the new wild flowers pop up.

There is always some thing new and wonderful to see along the way, and I love that it sits right on the edge of my neighborhood, North Willow Farms

early fall
early fall

Always a new flower

I wander through the park often, and have hundreds of photos of flowers, so I am always surprised to find one I haven’t see before.

Beauty in the Eye of the “Bee” holder

I stopped to snap a photo of this flower because thought it was beautiful, but I wasn’t the only one.  Look closely in the upper right side of the picture, and you will see a bee hovering and admiring the flower too.

early fall

Bel Fiore

Beautiful flowers form the first part of my Italy trip

Last Bit of Summer Color

I know it is finally fall when the berries on the Flowering Crab Trees turn from brown to red. 

Flowers are Art

To compliment the new Monet Lume exhibit the gardens are filled with flowers similar to what you would see in his home garden at Giverney.

Reflections at Congress Park

Congress Park is beautiful all year long, but it is definitely at peak during summer racing season.

The Last Tulips of the Season

  The spring tulips were jus past their peak, but there was still lots of color everywhere you turned. 

A Walk through Desonier State Nature Preserve

Ok, so it is bad if you see the fungi before the tree dies, but once it is on the ground they are a beautiful reminder that life goes on.

Spring Flowers

This one white flower is putting in an appearance a little early as if to encourage the rest of the garden to catch up.

Spring Comes to Indiana

The Daffodils are Here

Flowers along the Cliff

Flowers along the cliff The three mile cliff walk wraps around the coast of Newport.  Here the...

Shakespeare Has a Garden in NY

On this trip we found Shakespeare/s Garden, tucked on the lower level of the park, it is filled with the flowers common in his plays.

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