I'm not as discipline in posting as I used to be, and it seems like I'm catching up in posting my photos. Some of these photos were taken almost three weeks ago, but I guess posting it late is better than never. It's nesting season for the birds in our area, this mother Robin built… Continue reading Nesting Season
More Tulips photos continued from Tulips at Biltmore. This is the entrance to Biltmore and when we got there I was so happy to see that the tulips were in bloom. Near the entrance is a gift shop. This is one of the gift shops that Lee has not shopped in. This image overlooked the… Continue reading More Tulips at Biltmore
Click here to watch this video on YouTube The Festival of Flowers at Biltmore starts April 7th, and due to the unseasonably warm weather I didn't think we should wait if we wanted to see the tulips in bloom. Our season pass is also expiring this month and we are not renewing it this year. … Continue reading Tulips at Biltmore
My sister filled her fishpond with dirt on Saturday. She saw the video of her fish, and said that those are not Butterfly Koi but long tail comets. When she mentioned long tail comet, the name Hale-Bopp comet came to mind. I thought to myself, your are kidding right? I thought they were fat Butterfly… Continue reading Saturday Random Photos
Grey or Gray is the one word that I use both spelling and today is definitely a gray day. I often see birds perched on the electric wire on a cloudy day, but this one perched on my neighbor's Bradford Pear tree. I think this is a Finch bird. I didn't get a chance to… Continue reading Grey Winter Day
We went to Biltmore yesterday to see the tulips and it was perfect timing. I took some photos and did a video, I hope you will enjoy.
George Vanderbilt lived well, I think this is an understatement. I've lived in North Carolina for over 10 years and this is my first time visiting Biltmore Estate, kind of surprised that I didn’t visit sooner because it’s only a bit over an hour drive from us. I think I have to make it a… Continue reading My Visit to Biltmore Estate