Flower Child's Home
1 November 2013
It was an overcast day outside and an excellent day to hone my skills on indoor photography. You will note the warm toned images. These were obtained without a flash.
|The Master Suite Bath|
|The upper level of a two story foyer|
|The painting on the wall was acquired during|
a trip to Naples in 1969
|These pictures were taken in the Library. The Heritage Poster|
was one that I was particularly fond of during my time
in Navy Recruiting.
|I was always told by My Brother that one can never have|
too many Angels. There are at least fifteen Angels in our Home.
|I was recently able to acquire some square china while I was on|
a Saturday shopping spree here in Macon, Georgia
|This Oriental Dining Service was acquired while on|
a Fall Holiday to North Carolina in 2012
|I have many dried Hydrangea Arrangements throughout the|
|Note the Teak Tables. I acquired these from a G Plan Store while|
I was stationed in London, England
|The fruit and this bowl was acquired at the Payne City|
Market here in Macon, Georgia
|Two more Angels|
|As an Iowa Farm Boy I do appreciate hogs. This one was|
a gift from a Special Friend
|No Iowa Farm Boy can function without reminders of|
his Tender Youth. The Rooster is standing in front of a
framed photograph of a McCormick Grain Binder. I have
fond memories of shocking oats for the trashing machine
when I was a 12 year old farm kid.
|These are replicas of the pool gate at Winterthur the home of the|
de Pont Family. This home is located in Wilmington, Delaware
|This False Aralia plant was given to us over twenty|
years ago by a very dear friend. It was about
twelve inches high at the time. It has flourished in
this North Side of the House location
You have just completed a tour of the Flower Child's Home which he shares with his Bride of 41 years and 24 days.