Favorite Flower Photos

Favorite Flower Photos

We seem to be drawn to the colorful world of flowers. We always manage to have an assortment of flower photos from most of the trips and hikes we do. The odd part is that we really have no idea what kind of flowers we’re actually taking photos of. Ok…so yes, we know what a rose and a daisy are but most of what we find while we’re out roaming the world is know to us as “a pretty flower”. Here are a few of our favorites we found along the way!

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DSC_1544shrunk“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” ~Confucius

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DSC_3144Earth laughs in flowers ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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DSC_6795shrunk“Just living is not enough,” said the butterfly, “one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.”  ~Hans Christian Andersen

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DSC_6899 1024“Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson



DSC_6951-6952 1024The only way to have a friend is to be one. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson




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DSC_9702shrunkLife is the flower for which love is the honey ~ Victor Hugo



Roses are red

Violets are blue

Flowers are beautiful

Just like you!

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Jill Patterson

Adventure seeker | Travel Agent at Chasing Adventure Travel
Adventure is for everyone!

Jill is the founder, writer, photographer and travel agent at Chasing Adventure Travel. An adventure travel blog that has morphed into a travel agency, specializing in Active and Adventurous Travels.

Jill has traveled worldwide and spent almost 2 years traveling continuously with her husband. She has traveled to resorts, crossed an ocean on a cruise ship, motorcycled multiple times around Europe and experienced self-guided long term travel.

~ Dreamer, doer and energetic go-getter. Curiosity has inspired adventurous world travel. Imagination is everything ~

*Chasing Adventure Travel is in affiliation with Nexion Canada.
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