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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Fall Creek Falls State Park

George and I visited Fall Creek Falls State Park (on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee,  about an hour southwest of us) on 4/21/13.   Here is a good picture  of some wildflowers growing in the area.  This 25,000 acre park offers something for everyone: hiking, camping, lodge, cabins, biking, waterfalls, great restaurant, etc.

Hugs,

35 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Pretty flowers, Betsy! Have a great day!

Arkansas Patti said...

What a lovely carpet of blooms.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

gorgeous header shot. love the wildflowers too. nice!! Happy May! ( :

Sandra said...

spectacular beach shot.. love it. flowers are beautiful

linda m said...

Those are such pretty flowers!

TexWisGirl said...

thick and beautiful. almost remind me of bluebonnets. :)

Busy Bee Suz said...

They are gorgeous and also remind me of Texas bluebonnets!!! XO

Lady Di Tn said...

I have not been there in years. Prince and I need to make a date like yawl. Peace

Maple Lane said...

Just lovely! We have a nice breeze and clouds today.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Very lovely flowers.

Ginny said...

I LOVE your shoreline header!!!! You and I both have blue pictures today!! Yours is beautiful! You were RIGHT about the type of orchid, but my hint is, they are not natural blue.

Fun60 said...

Those wildflowers look beautiful. The park must look very different depending on the time of year.

Eva Ason said...

Beautiful flowers, almost like a sea of blue.
Great picture

Linda said...

A lovely mass of colour produced by a plant which I think looks like 'bugle'.

Small City Scenes said...

Lovely blue! MB

Neal said...

Very pretty. That is a great park....I want to go back there sometimes.

Grandma Bonnie said...

Betsy, I just love your beach photo in the header. Those wild flowers are very pretty. Hope you have a great day.

DeniseinVA said...

Lovely wildflowers Betsy, and isn't it great that they are all blooming finally :)

Happyone said...

Such pretty flowers.
Our new yard has lots of roses in it. I'll have to get some advice on how to keep them going from you and George. : )

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

We have similar flowers in our woods here. Simple and pretty.

SweetMarie said...

Love your header! I will be in NC before you know it. :)
Beautiful flowers as always. :)

Thank you Betsy for all your help.
Hugs & love,
Marie

ladyfi said...

How lovely to see wildflowers growing!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

They are lovely wildflowers--I love their blue color!

Linda Gross said...

Blue is a favorite color of mine; pretty wildflowers!

Daisy said...

Beautiful wildflowers, Betsy! Sounds like a lovely place to visit.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

...simply gorgeous. One thing about this area so far south in USA, blue and purple flowers [for some reason] don't do well.

Dee said...

Dear Betsy, when I see your photographs and read your two blogs I know that I must find a walking club that visits around the state! Peace.

Łucja-Maria said...

Welcome to Betsy!
Your photo is lovely. I could watch him for hours.
I send greetings.
Lucia

Jeevan said...

Beautiful shot on these blue flowers!

Janice K said...

I finally found your Photo Blog. I am so sorry your Joyful Reflections was spammed. Will you be able to restore it? I sure hope so. You have so many wonderful pictures and stories stored there.

God bless your day....Janice

Small Kucing said...

I love the blue color....

hi Betsy...where is this week's photo? I every wednesday one new photo?

Marie said...

Those are so pretty! I wonder what they are.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

Love wild flowers

SquirrelQueen said...

The wildflowers are stunning Betsy but it's your header photo that I love. That is a gorgeous beach.

Nordis said...

Very, very beautiful flowers.
Hugs
Nordis