Monday, February 2, 2009

Paths and Passages 2


Continuing the February 1 theme, here's my second choice for paths and passages...a narrow, curving path behind Sturdivant Hall Museum. It leads us through lush gardens and to a goldfish pond guarded by the statue of an angel.

I took this photo last summer, and if we look up, you can see a nice surprise, an unripened lemon in a tree.

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12 comments:

Kate said...

All that greenery is such a welcome sight!

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is a nice path but I liked the other one just as much.

Clueless in boston said...

Nice lush green path. This is a great time of year to be looking at summer pictures.

Steve Buser said...

Verdant path, for sure.

Sorry about getting around so late for theme day. We had the grandkids in this weekend.

magiceye said...

edenic!

The Texican said...

I was going to comment about the quality of the greenery at this time of year in Selma. Thanks for letting me know it was last summer. Pappy

Kathleen said...

Is it just me or does Sturdivant Hall say STOP each time you pass?

Hope said...

This is a beautiful pathway! I'm glad you shared this one too!

Babooshka said...

Equally as delightful.

Rambling Round said...

Kathleen, I hear you! Yes, Sturdivant Hall says STOP every time I pass by, but I only stop there occasionally, and when I do, I take as many photos as I can to use on this blog at later dates. The museum is simply intriguing!

dot said...

Everything looks so lush and green. I had to look twice to find the lemon. Beautiful shot!

PJ said...

I'm sorry I didn't take in this lovely sight until now. Beautifully done for Theme Day.