July 21, 2014

Flowers near Staunton


Last week I drove to Staunton to meet my older daughter for lunch. She was late arriving at the restaurant so I entertained myself by wandering around the parking lot taking pictures of the flowers.

Fortunately it was a pretty day and there were plenty of flowers to see.






I can understand why Lynn was delayed. It takes longer to get dressed and take care of pets while wearing a cast! She's not complaining though because this should take care of a wrist problem that has bothered her for years. And the cast is purple!


Linking to: Today's Flowers

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful flowers AND a purple cast! Your post has it all!

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  2. Fantastic photos of the flowers! Loved the yellows and blue, then loved the pinks and blue. Couldn't decide what I liked best! :-) Hope your daughter's wrist problem is corrected by the cast. All my best!

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  3. Beautiful flowers and images. Sorry about your daughter's wrist. I hope is heals quickly. Have a happy day!

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  4. They went to a lot of trouble to have a nice area out there at the restaurant.

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  5. i hope she heals well! lovely lilies.

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  6. beautiful flowers. staunton is one of my favorite places, love those old buildings downtown...hope your daughter's wrist heals up perfectly!

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  7. Hope your daughter's wrist heals quickly. Gorgeous photos of your flowers.

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  8. Nice flower shots! Love those yellow ones.

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  9. How nice. The flowers are so vibrant.

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  10. Staunton is such a nice town to wander around. Great flowers.

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  11. Wonderful photos of the flowers !

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  12. Beautiful flowers. And an excellent purple cast!

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  13. The flowers are lovely! I hope your daughter heals quickly.

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  14. A girl with a camera can always find something to do while waiting.

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  15. Lovely. As long as I have a camera in my hand I can amuse myself. Looks like you do the same!

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