Wordless Wednesday: Fall’s Crepe Myrtle

Today’s Wordless Wednesday comes from Colonial Williamsburg a few weeks ago, during the few moments that the sun came out.  To see how it looked when the garden was in flower, click here.

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I am a backyard adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at www.livingtheseasons.com or write me at dogear6 [at] gmail [dot] com.

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  1. Very nice shot! We were in Williamsburg this past weekend for a few days. I thoroughly enjoyed walking the old city and seeing all the Christmas wreaths on the doors! Thanks for linking to WW this week!

  2. Those bare branches are just as lovely without their blooms!
    I love Williamsburg! We lived in Chesapeake for over 30 years before we retired. I made many school trips to Colonial Williamsburg.
    I clicked on your link and enjoyed the flowers and the wreaths in another post.
    You have a lovely blog!

  3. That was beautiful! I was just reading your blog about sharing from earlier this year and it resonated so much! My twins are three now and sharing is something we are working on, but you are absolutely right in sharing your childhood story, some things they should know are absolutely theirs and they don’t have to share. For us, it’s their snugglies that they sleep with (a toy puppy for one and a toy kitten for another). But I guess we can let them do that with some toys, too :)

    Thank you so much for your posts, they always make me pause and appreciate the beauty of the world.

    Anna

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