Flower Power

Happy Monday! What did you get up to on the weekend?

My friend and I went to the David Jones' annual flower show. My oh my, it was simply amazing to walk amongst the flowers, admiring their pretty heads and breathing in the perfumed air. I especially loved the red and orange selections; somehow they seem to represent the arrival of Spring so well, bright and cheery!

13 Responses to Flower Power

Betty Manousos @ CUT AND DRY said...

Hi, First time here!

I love love those photos!
Very inspiring ones!
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Bree said...

I absolutely love flowers! <3

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~KS said...

It's still Sunday here... I've spent my weekend working. Not so much fun. These images made me smile though- so pretty!

Lulu said...

i went to a wedding reception! and had a girls' night out =] so much fun

Taylor B. said...

I would take a million photos if I ever went to a flower show and everyone would be sick of seeing them.

I bet it smelled so lovely, though.

It's not quite Monday, yet, for me. Still have another day, though, since Monday is a holiday.

Have a good week.

natalie said...

Gorgeous flowers indeed! I love all the fall colors. Yep, it's still Sunday night in the states. My weekend was spent catching up on homework, reading Alice in Wonderland, and I just got back from a birthday party. Fun times overall. :)

Diana Mieczan said...

I adore those flowers...So magical:)kisses, my dear

shari said...

Love all those hot colors! Oranges, reds, yellows... beautiful! It's crazy that it's spring in Australia and about to be fall in the US. But those colors you show totally represent fall to me! :-) xoxo

Kristin said...

Looks like a beautiful place to be!! Great pics!! Wishing you a beautiful new week! xo's Kristin

Betty Manousos @ CUT AND DRY said...

Stopping by to thank you for the follow and to return the same.
Your blog is so lovely!
Nice to "meet" you and have a great day! :)
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the SLIM girl said...

Love these flowers...

ms chyme said...

Flowers always makes my day. Thanks for this.

Saving Capulet said...

oh those are lovely flowers indeed!