Friday, April 3, 2015

hdygg: nashville mustard

it was chilly in the halls of the elementary that morning, so i was warming myself in a sunbeam in a 5th grade classroom when i spotted it.  a dusting of spring snow on the playground.  i immediately found a pencil to prop open the door and went out to investigate.  i was completely enchanted and knew i would be back with my camera after school . . .

these are called nashville mustard and are indigenous to my little spot in the world.  i have so much more to say, but we are headed to florida to help my parents celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.  i will just have to let this beauty speak for itself today.  my words couldn't do it justice anyway.

joining with annie and "how does your garden grow?"


  1. They are so beautiful. Your photos are amazing, especially the ones with the rays of sunlight showing through #hdygg

  2. Gorgeous. I feel lovely and warm just looking at these!

  3. Beautiful and I love the soft light in your photos Doris - dreamy!
    Happy 60th anniversary to your parents - enjoy your weekend, I look forward to reading about it when you get back x
    Thanks for joining in again :)

  4. Absolutely dreamy, like little eggs.

  5. Beautiful pictures of lovely flowers - I'm reminded of cadbury creme eggs too for some reason... #hdygg

  6. These are gorgeous, the sunlight is just perfect