Yes, the flowers are real! I found them at a local grocery store. They have a floral department and there were several bundles of these colorful blooms to choose from. I chose to photograph them, but not purchase.
Few places offer a better view than the balcony on a cruise ship in Alaska. The landscape is ever changing and always stunning.
Two of my favorite places to stroll. There is a trail on either side of this creek. It is a part of Compton Gardens in Bentonville, Arkansas. That structure in the background is Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. I love to stroll through the galleries there. The trail connects downtown Bentonville to the museum. A new exhibit opens in a couple of weeks. I am already making plans to attend.
At least one evening on every cruise, dress for dinner requires that you wear a formal outfit. Very few tuxes are seen, but your best "Sunday-go-to-meetin" clothes will work.
The decorative concrete masonry units (blocks) were very popular during the late 50's and mid-60's. Some were made of clay, others in concrete. I don't believe anyone manufactures them any longer, so if you're restoring a mid-century home and need some of these...good luck.
Well that's it for this week's Scavenger Hunt. Stop by anytime this week for additonal posts. Have a blessed day.