More than a month has gone by without updating this blog.
First, I did not do anything photo worthy, and then I was having problems with accessing the blog.
I finally worked all that out, and got out for a few hours at a beautiful location with my camera so I have something to share!
Morris Arboretum, just outside of Philadelphia, PA is beautiful place to spend a day.
The land was originally owned by John and Lynda Morris (brother and sister), of the I.P. Morris family. The family made their money in the iron manufacturing business. In 1932 the land was turned over the University of Pennsylvania. It is now designated as the official arboretum of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. During his life John traveled the world extensively bringing plants, art and ideas back home.
Tara and I enjoyed a cooler than usual summer day to enjoy some fresh air. It seems like whenever I have a day off from work she is at a friend’s house, or the weather is not suitable. You can get a decent work out on the grounds of the arboretum, there are lots of rolling hills to walk!
These are just a few photos with “yellow” since today’s post is Monday Mellow Yellows.
I want to thank my friend Karl aka Intense Guy, for the passes!