What a charming vineyard nestled in the gentle rolling hills behind Londwood Gardens in Pennsylvania. The servers are nice enough. Love the tasting room, the view, and the music. The wine is young but tasty.
I had originally over exposed this shot from a distance and didn’t realize it until I got home. I attempted some editing and applied a little more color and depth to get an image of romance. How can one see this spot and not think of a stolen garden kiss while viewing an amazing pond under foot.
Someone seems to have lost his nuts. Where can they be?
Side note: Squirrels have never been a favorite of mine. They’re too “twitchy” for me and look too much like a rodent (which they are, I think.)
Tulips on the outside at Longwood Gardens shout Spring is finally here! They are the first of one of the most beautiful displays in the country.
Interior of the Peirce Du Pont House at Longwood Gardens built in 1730.
Lily at Longwood. The aroma is so incredibly intoxicating.