Hershey – Butterfly Garden.
My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Bridge. If you are interested, you can visit my trips to England and Switzerland.
I have not been around for a while – first getting ready to leave for vacations in Poland and currently still on it. It is impossible for me to find time and inspiration after all day of sight seeing or hiking, hence the silence. Where I have been and what I have seen you will … More Longwood Gardens Impressions I
In the winter bats hibernate in the cave in large numbers. In April when we visited Penn’s Cave they were all gone – all except one 🙂 The tiny guy was hanging from the ceiling, still deeply asleep. The guide pointed him out briefly, but did not want to disturb him unnecessarily. The cave is … More Penn’s Cave II
Penn’s Cave claim to fame comes from an old and very well known story of tragic love of a Seneca Indian girl Nita-Nee and her sweetheart, the French trapper Malachi Boyer. They were forbidden to marry so they decided to run away together. Unfortunately, they were captured and Malachi was thrown into the Penn’s Cave … More Penn’s Cave
Part of the arrangement at Wheatland, President James Buchanan’s mansion, this teapot caught my attention because of its vivid color. This may not be the actual one used by the President and his wife, but it fist the period. I visited Wheatland a couple of weeks ago and had a tour around the house. During … More Blue Teapot Composition
Shofuso Japanese Garden seems to be a part of the house that is simply outside 😉 It was redesigned in 1958 by Tansai Sano to complement the House, in the style of the 17th century viewing garden. The same feeling of quietness and tranquility enters the mind as soon as one steps out of the … More Shofuso Japanese Garden