Tuesday, June 24, 2014

June is Bustin' Out All Over!

My husband and I visited Natchez yesterday, and I'd like to share some of the pictures I captured while we were there. Natchez is beautiful year-round, but is especially lovely in June!
  
I hope you will join me next time to see some of the other pictures I captured during our visit ... like this old treasure.  It has an interesting story, too!


6 comments:

Stacey said...

Just beautiful! The crepe myrtles are blooming like that here too. It's unbelievable how many blooms there are on the trees and on the ground. You are such a talented photographer!

Pat said...

What a lovely Southern setting for your amazingly beautiful photos.

It was a special treat to see your blog today.

Pat in Tallahassee

racheld said...

Oh, My. Girl, you Do Beat All.

You walked me right through my Mammaw's garden---every color of crape myrtle, especially MY watermelon, and flags (cannas) and zeenyers, too!

What a treat! A few Peace Roses and a coupla Elberta peach trees, and I'm THERE.

And where on earth have I seen that green building before?? It rings a whole carillon of bells.

I just loved this!

Beth said...

Yes, it is lovely! Our crepe myrtles are in full, loaded bloom from the rain we've had here. They are stunning in your pictures, too. I especially like the day lily peaking through the fence!

Michelle Palmer said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! Was a joy to find your beautiful blog~ such a wonderful 'walk with you!'
Thank you for sharing such beauty!

The Flower Lady's Husband said...

Just started two crape myrtles this spring-- wish us luck! Beautiful photos, as always.