Today’s Treasures…..

Monday’s treasures were found at the flower shop of Morrow’s Flowers in West Linn.

Colors of summer, bright and vivid.  Gerber daisies fill the shop with their wonderful shades of oranges, peach and cream.  Even the golden is deliciously looking like lemons were part of their makeup.  Roses of many varieties lying here and there.  Pots and buckets of petals and stems all supporting the amazing flowers Morrow’s display in creative and unique ways.

Whether you are looking for a bouquet, arrangement, or a simple corsage – this is the place to travel to.  Located in West Linn just off the 10th Street exit off I-205 .  Stop in and tell the girls what you want and they are sure to smile and make you something spectacular!

Morrows Flowers in West Linn, Oregon

If you are like me, you are always looking for just the right bouquet.  Here is one place that has never let me down.  Not only do I take numerous photos here – but I use Morrow’s  for all my flower needs.    Below are a few flowers I captured on Friday’s visit, along with a shot or two of my items for sale there.  I now have a boxed set of cards for sale along with 4 framed photos ready to  hang.  If you see something here or on my Etsy store site ( that you are interested in…let me know.  We can make them into a set of cards, enlargements or framed in a variety of sizes.

If you are looking for a beautiful selection of flower arrangements – make sure you check out Morrows Flowers located in West Linn just off I-205 at the 10th Street exit – 2170 8th Court.  Maybe we will see each other there!

Thursdays Venture

Today was such a beautiful day we just couldn’t resist a drive in the country.  Ok, so our truck broke down and had to be repaired…and the mechanic lives out by Carver.  What better reason to take the camera and make a few stops along the way.  It seems as though no matter where you live, you are always seeing nature in a new light when you travel.  Here is what I found today.

As always, remember you can purchase any of the photos by themselves, enlarged, on a blank greeting card, or matted for framing.  Let me know what you think…I love feedback from those of you visiting my site!