Still just miles and miles of garter stitch around here, and I don't even have the decency to take real FO shots of my hats. But I did find an inspiring little garden attached to the Westport Winery, so I thought I'd pass it along.
Mike (DH) tends to think I frolick when I get behind the camera in an inspiring place, whether it's the ocean or a garden. This time, I have to say, he might be right. All of it was very pinterest-worthy, and it was fabulous to catch a few rays of sun after some foggy and rainy days.
There were huge mounts of lavender. The magenta in the middle is actually lavender, though it wasn't very fragrant. The regular lavender more than made up for it though, with its heavenly scent.
There were pathways lined with old lanterns...
And lots of art installations. This is the "Wave of Hope." Each ribbon tied to the fence has some message or prayer written on it, and they invited visitors to add their own.
And perhaps my favorite, a chandelier of old bottles hanging in a greenhouse.
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