I am always on the lookout for cool and interesting pictures to share with Hometalk facebook fans.
A few weeks ago, this photo showed up in my facebook news feed. I laughed out loud when I saw it. If anyone wants to experiment with this and post how-to directions on Hometalk, I will send you a tee shirt!
The picture was originally posted by Old Moss Woman’s Secret Garden on facebook. I wish I could tell you more about who Old Moss Woman is, but I have no idea. I couldn’t find a link to a website or a bio, or anything of the sort. I Googled her name, but all I found was someone else saying the same thing; that they have no idea who she is. She regularly posts the most unbelievable photos of nature on her page.
Well, thanks to the new facebook PM to business pages, I was able to send her an email and request permission to share her pictures on Hometalk. This was our brief correspondence:
I’m not sure what she meant by Love, BE at the end – doesn’t that contributed to her mysteriousness?
Anyway, I chose to share three photos of spectacular peacock topiaries on Hometalk. I’m so glad I did, everyone loved them! Here is one and you can see the rest here.
One of the things I love about Hometalk is the random facts people know. I had no idea where these photos were taken but others were able to tell me more about them:
I plan on sharing more of her pictures on Hometalk soon. I have few more to show you now, though.
This is an old abandoned railroad tunnel in France:
This is Cambria Pine Lodge in Cambria, CA. I hadn’t heard of it so I looked it up quickly. It appears to be a fabulous resort with amazing themed gardens.
I have no idea where these are or how to make them but I absolutely adore them and just had to show you.
That’s it for today! I’m all gardened out. :) I visited the Atlanta Botanical Garden with Erica Glasener this morning. Can’t wait to tell you all about that in my next post!
Have a beautiful weekend.