As a Zazzle seller, every once in awhile I use my earnings to buy my own stuff…and this time, I bought my Georgia Peach keychain. It seems to be popular, and I have to admit, it’s my favorite of all the Georgia Peach series. I love Atlanta and have great memories of living there as a teenager.
I thought I’d show you what it looks like in “real life”…
It’s almost time for the magnolias to bloom in the South – and I’m headed there just in time to take more photos!
I took photos of the following pink magnolia blooms at Duke Gardens in Durham, North Carolina. The trees didn’t have many blooms on them at the time, so I’ll make sure to capture as many fully-blossomed specimens as possible this Spring.
It might be irritating for those buried in Winter winds and snows (like me) to hear about Springtime and flowers and such, but in some parts of the United States, Spring buds are starting to form – Winter is on its way out the door.
In comes the roses…and I plan on taking even more photos of these this Summer!
Now that Valentine’s Day is over, Mardi Gras is almost upon us.
If you’re not yet acquainted with Andrea Mistretta, please take a look at her incredible art! She creates all the fantastic posters for Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Her work is colorful and extravagant – check out her “anamorphic” video below…
Mardi Gras New Orleans Official 2014 Poster by Andrea Mistretta
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