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Ten Summer Blooms From English Gardens

orange ruffled begonia photo by gail worley
Orange Ruffled Begonia (All Photos By Gail)

If you follow me on Instagram, then you know that I was recently in London enjoying a fabulous ten day vacation. Each day brought a new adventure of museums, galleries, cultural sites, scenic walks, shopping, eating and, of course, people watching. And just about everywhere we went, there were beautiful gardens giving me a reason to pull out my iPhone and immortalize its unique beauty. As summer comes out an end, please enjoy this selection of ten (plus one bonus) favorite random blossoms spotted in various areas of beautiful London!
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Beat the Winter Blues with These Fresh Winter Blooms

winter blooms rose
Above Image Source, All Other Photos By Gail

The shorter days, the cold (and perhaps humid) weather and the aftermath of the holidays may put you in a ‘blue’ state. It’s important to know that you are not the only one who goes through these experiences.

The winter blues, as people like to call it, is a scientifically-recognized state of mind that can affect anyone. Now, depending on your brain chemistry and other illnesses, you may be having a more difficult time, but in most cases, this is a temporary phase that passes with the season.

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Plastic Flowers with Camera Shaped Blooms

Camera Flowers

These brightly colored Camera Flowers by designer Andre Feliciano were photographed by me through the window of an anonymous gallery at 111 Front Street, DUMBO Brooklyn. See more photos of this artist’s work at This Link!