Friday, November 4, 2016

Afternoon Light in the Color Garden


Afternoon light saturates the beautiful Chrysanthemums, Elephant Ears and Coneflowers in the Robert Ellis Color Garden at Cheekwood. I walk among the flower beds watching as a Gulf Fritillary flies from bloom to bloom spreading pollen as he sucks up the nectar. The pattern on his wings only God could conjure up. Fall temperatures are slowly creeping into Tennessee after record setting highs this week. I have absolutely no plans for the weekend and that's a very good thing because it has been an especially busy and stressful week. We gain a whole hour this weekend as we 'fall back'. Don't forget your clocks. ENJOY!

1 comment :

  1. Fall back, you have that "daylight saving" too. Beautiful photo, nature and God's goodness in the garden provide us with something we could not envisage. Have a restful weekend, and if you do celebrate 5th November, with fireworks and such, hope that all properties and people stay safe.

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