I'm not writing about writing again today. This is getting to be a habit, I know, but there are so many things to do and places to go and people to meet, that I'm having trouble staying focused on my writing life. The truth? I don't even feel the least bit guilty.
Last week, just before my son came to visit, my camera and I visited the Trial Gardens at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Today, tomorrow, and Sunday, you'll be touring the gardens with me, first for the overall view from all directions, then to look at colors, and finally to enjoy the variety of textures and shapes. So here we go, looking across the gardens toward the southwest:
And another view toward the northwest with the gazebo in the foreground:
And this one aimed a bit more toward the north:
On a beautiful day like this one, there will be those who stroll through the gardens, or sit under a tree with a picnic lunch, or just perch on the wall near the gazebo and enjoy the view. Like these two folks:
And just to lure you back for tomorrow's show of color, here's another view of one of the flower beds:
Hope to see you back tomorrow for Part II. We'll get so close, you might even be able to smell the begonias.