When Rudbekias frame the picture

The Azalea Garden Inn just up the road in Blowing Rock, North Carolina is one of my favorite places to travel. I’ve written about it many times. My son and his wife just went up this past weekend for some R&R. The grounds are meticulously maintained and it’s a photographers paradise.

These photos were taken in the Autumn of 2008.

Now that just brightens my day and I hope it does your too.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Laura says:

    I love old wood homes and the rudbeckia looks just right with that era structure. Love it! Wish I could visit. Thanks for posting. Laura


  2. Sweet Bay says:

    It’s beautiful! I love all of those Rudbeckia.


  3. Is Everyone seeing these photos now??


    1. nancybond says:

      Seeing all your beautiful photos — how bright and cheery! (via Facebook)


      1. woo hoo, thank you for being there for me!!


  4. Stevie says:

    Great photos! I love all of the splashes of bright yellow with the gray of the stone and wood. Black-Eyed Susans are one of the longer blooming perennials here – so when everything else is dying back, we still have these nice pops of gold in the garden.


    1. I know right, it’s just perfect cause they bloom for us like that too. And they come in a ton of different varieties.


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