Gardens and Bubbles

6 Jul

I have always loved going to gardens… and when I put on my blue dress, I knew that I could get some amazing images and fun! I found this beauty in my hometown thrift store which of course is the one thrift store that doesn’t let you try things on, so I had to buy blind. But I loved the color and the skirt looked cool. When I put it on, it was love at first wear. It is amazingly detailed. The crochet work… oh my goodness.

Anywho, I was in the gardens at my school this Sunday. Let me tell you, they were PACKED! Complete with moms, kids, photographers, and a Sunday school class. I had every intention of taking pictures of these enormous dandelions that I found the other day, but they all puffed away when I was walking to the gardens. I mean, look how huge these are!

However, I came prepared, so I grabbed the bubbles that I had just acquired and started to have fun. I must have blown a bajillion bubbles or so. The kids that passed by loved it! (Can’t wait until I have my sisters and nephews to take pictures of!!!)


I found the absolutely coolest spiderweb that was still covered in dew at 3 or so… It was nestled into a little crevice under a rock. Beautiful! I wish my pictures of it had come out better. I was taking a picture when I caught sight of it, which is why I was looking down…

Turned out to be a magical afternoon. I loved it so much, even with all the interesting interruptions.

This picture kind of shows how magical it was… I did this image for a class, but I liked it.

All in all, it was absolutely splendid… even if there were no dandelions.

-The Vintage Sweetheart


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