Monday, August 31, 2015
"Let the experience of your life be like the petals upon a flower, each one adding to, enriching, and shaping the beautiful being that is you." ~ Author Unknown
Trumpet-Shaped, Highly Fragrant, Yellow Asiatic Lily.....
Yellow has always been my mother's favorite color. I love this original version and the "metamorphosis" version equally as much. It is here:
Also, as a result of my photos no longer appearing in the DPC, I was able to individualize my "Daily Dose of 1-A-Day" galleries. I was never content with having two years of photos in one gallery as a result of having migrated to the "New and Improved SmugMug."
Additionally, when Regina (aka geoghnart) posted a photo on 7/10/2015 that she had taken of these flowers, I couldn't help but to admire them. As I stated in my comment on her photo, these were "in the can and awaiting their debut."
Furthermore, this Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Historic Fairview Inn was not only a film site for "The Help," movie, but also where many of the cast members stayed during filming. It is also mentioned in the novel on page 148.
Finally, "This was the home of William J. Simmons, founder of the White Citizens Council of Jackson. It was opened as a bed and breakfast by the Simmons family. The house has the graceful architecture and landscaping of early Jackson. Today it is a successful and popular inn, owned by Peter and Tamar Sharp, featuring gourmet dining for an enthusiastic multi-ethnic clientele." ~ Reprinted text from here:
Have a marvelous Monday!
Fairview Inn (main entrance lobby/foyer)
734 Fairview Street
Official website: http://www.fairviewinn.com
(photo taken 6/12/2015)
My Homepage: http://www.GodsChild.SmugMug.com
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