Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Gazebo, Tea for Two and the blue door

- More photos from the magical courtyard of the coffee place in Grayton Beach, Florida.  I'll bet they have great weddings and receptions here.  I can just imagine a couple standing in that gazebo, saying their vows.

- I titled this photo "Tea for Two."  I wish we were there having some tea and scones right now!

- Love that ray of sunlight coming through the middle of the photo there.  Click to enlarge any of these for a better view.  Even the exit door looks inviting.  Just imagine the sun-filled delights beyond that blue door.  It puts me in mind of one my favorite books "The Secret Garden." 

Happy Tuesday!


Granny Annie said...

Oh no, is that barbed wire wrapped around the tree? Are they trying to kill it?

Love the gazebo and would so enjoy owning such a precious place to dream.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely courtyard!

Elephant's Child said...

A courtyard of dreams.
Just beautiful. And enticing.

Lee said...

How beautiful...how inviting...I wouldn't want to leave! :)

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Lynn - looks an amazing place - a delight to sit restfully reading and drinking tea ... or companionship chatting .. cheers Hilary

Lynn said...

Granny Annie -

Looks like Christmas lights to me - I guess they have little white lights to light up the night for evening events.

My mom always loved gazebos - so I look around for them. It would be a precious place to dream!

ladyfi -

I think so, too.

Elephant's Child -

I agree!

Lee -

It was hard to leave...

Hilary -

Yes - a place to sit and sip tea. Lovely thought.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Lovely gazebo and it looks like Christmas tree lights on the tree to me too...

Sara said...

What a great capture with the sunlight. It looks like its pouring into the pot. I loved it:~)

I think I enjoy your pictures almost as much as I do your words. I always enlarge them and they are stunning!

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Lovely photos! And I love nothing more than tea and scones in a lovely setting!

Sparkling Red said...

The blue door does look very promising. I can also imagine it in The Secret Garden.

LL Cool Joe said...

I wish I was having some tea and scones too. But having stepped on the scales this morning, and rubbing my eyes in disbelief I doubt I'll be eating scones for a long time!

The gazebo does look like the perfect spot for wedding shots.

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