Alchemy of Clay & Living in Black Mountain NC
Life is so amazing when we enjoy nature's gifts and get outside! Lovely photos.
Just opening the windows gives a sense of no longer being closed in.
Love your pics!
Thanks so much, that makes it all worth doing, that someone else can share the beauty.
Very nice, thanks for sharing your walk with us, I can almost smell the flowers in the woods.
I wish you'd been able to enjoy them with me...since I've lost most of my sense of smell I didn't even catch a whiff of the Honeysuckles, sigh.
It was the perfect weekend for a hike! I wish I could have been out in the woods.
Well, moving and producing pottery does keep you a bit busy I imagine!
I think that might be spice bush.
Doesn't look like pictures of anything that's been suggested so far. 3" blooms don't match the ones of spice bushes on line. But maybe a variation. Another horticultuist said maybe Fringe Tree...also looks like much smaller flowers.
All these photos are very pretty Barbara. I love the dappled sunlight on the flowers, ones I don't think I have ever seen before.
Thanks Denise...glad you could stop by.
So pretty Barbara!!
Thanks Mona...glad you like them!
Looking forward to hearing from you! Since I didn't know the 1000+ people who supposedly looked at my blog the other day, I'm back to moderating comments. If that doesn't help, I don't know why blogger doesn't have a filter that stops this hacking...