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Flowers Are Art

by Jun 27, 2020Flowers & Trees, Nature, Photos

Flowers at the Indianapolis Art Center

The Indianapolis Art Center is one of those hidden gems in the city.  The art collection, and variety of classes attracts the amateur and professional alike.  But there is more to the facility than just glass, steel and paint.

The grounds around  the art center are a lovely mix of wild grass, and curated flowers.  The mixture of colors shifts through the seasons making the outdoor gardens an exhibit all their own.

I love to park near the art center and wander the grounds before hoping indoors to see the art or hitting the Monon on the way to the shops and restaurants of Broad Ripple

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.

Flowers at Eagle Crest

Open Fields Eagle Crest is a park, behind a park.  Nestled just north of the larger, more popular...

Grapes Glorious Grapes

Took a ride to southern Indiana to the Huber Winery and Farm. Spent a lovely day picking peaches and grapes.  And eating more than a few along the way.

August Flower

As we move through the summer, the bright little spring flowers disappear.  In their place we find the huge summer flowers.   

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