“To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.”
Gibbs Garden, located in Ball Ground, Georgia, has become a must visit location for me two times each year. I first visit Gibbs Garden in March for the daffodil bloom to see millions of daffodils cascading throughout the garden. For the past three years, I also have been visiting the garden
“She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbor:
“Winter is dead.”
― A.A. Milne,
Spring is an amazing time for photographers. There are beautiful changes everywhere just waiting to be captured. There are places that are high on my list to photograph each spring. One of these places is Gibbs Garden. In the spring, there are more than twenty million daffodils blooming in the garden. Two years ago, I took in this magnificent sight for the first time. Last spring, although I visited the garden in the spring, I missed the peak of the daffodils and just caught the tail end of the bloom.
The garden was scheduled to open
“That point in time just as the last leaf is about to drop, as the remaining petal is about to fall; that moment captures everything beautiful and sorrowful about life. Mono no aware, the Japanese call it.”
― Tan Twan Eng,
Last weekend I visited Gibbs Garden for my third visit. Gibbs Garden is located in Ball Ground, GA. The founder of Gibbs Garden, Jim Gibbs, began creating
Recently, my husband, Randy, and I spent the weekend in Atlanta, Georgia. We were there to attend a concert that my husband had been looking forward to attending. Whenever we are out of town, we try to pack as much into our time there as possible.
In past trips, we have already visited
I love finding the perfect gifts to give to family members and friends each Christmas. I shop throughout the year so that I can find the perfect gift for each of my loved ones. Some are much easier to shop for than others. For some reason, I find it most difficult to find the perfect gift to give to my husband, Randy.
This year, rather than looking for the perfect thing, I decided I would look for