Saturday Through My Lens: Chattanooga Flowers

This, week's Saturday Through My Lens features a Floral Extravaganza from the hills of Tennessee.  Technically they were all taken in and around the city of Chattanooga, but the hills of Tennessee sounded much more dramatic.  And y'all know I have a flair and a liking for the dramatic.

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

I love these flowers because it's like they have built-in butterflies hovering around them all the time.

And who wouldn't want that?

flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

These flowers look like I feel on hot, humid days like today.  Just a little bit droopy, but hanging in there.

 

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

Can you spot the spider in the photo below????

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

I love taking pictures of flowers.  It always amazes me what a range of color God uses when he plays. When we think about it, the very first thing we know of God is that He creates.  He is the Original Artist.  The Original Creator.

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

Even the most extensive paint palette, fabric selections, and cosmetics counters cannot compete with Nature.

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

Lots of little creatures seem to love this one!

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

Flowers from Chattanooga Tennessee

Flowers from Chattanooga TennesseeAnd He has more shades of purple than my brain can even comprehend.  And I love every single one.  Purple is my favorite color!  My signature color!  (sig-nah-cher-cull-ah  for those of you that are Steel Magnolias fans)

Thanks for walking through this garden with me!  If you liked it, please share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, or email.

6 Replies to “Saturday Through My Lens: Chattanooga Flowers”

    1. Right back at ya. I’d walk, take a car, a plane, a bus, a train…..I’d probably draw the line at the bicycle built for two. We didn’t do so well with that in France! ;o) Love you!

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