Lavender Dreams


DSC06632I was


DSC06632in search of inspiration,



Lavender farm fairy house

DSC06571and fairy gardens.


DSC06632Driving down a sweet little country road,


DSC06632I found fields of lavender.


DSC06632What a wonderful world we live in,


DSC06632when we realize that there is magic all around us.


DSC06632Inside the most enchanted cottage I found everything Lavender.


Lavender butterflyBees were humming, butterflies were gliding and my mind swirled with paintings.


DSC06632My adventure led me to sweet Cape Cod Lavender Farm.

My creation

DSC06632I left with a bouquet of Lavender,


DSC06632and sweet inspirations scented


DSC06632with the aroma of Lavender dreams.


DSC06575The song for this post is Over The Rainbow,

Lavender Drams

DSC06632Please feel free to pick bouquets of Lavender photographs from my post or my Lavender set.


Lavender bird

Claudia from Dippity Road is hosting Finding Beauty Friday. Each Friday Claudia celebrates the beauty around us, and asks us all to join her celebration in Finding Beauty.
The Quintessential Magpie said...

So lovely, Karen. I love lavender, not only the way it looks, but the way it smells. I can smell it when I see a photo, like now.


Sheila :-)

EVA AGNES said...

Such lovely pictures of beautiful lavender. The colour of lavender is one of my favorite colours.
Love Eva Agnes

Carol at Serendipity said...


Just lovely. I planted some this year. I would love one little bunch to tuck in a drawer.

Have a great week.


Ruth Welter said...

Stunning Karen!! Love lavender and purple is my favorite color too...what a dream. I bet you did have lots of painting ideas from all these gorgeous photos you took. Look forward to seeing what you create.


Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

Oh Karen, how beautiful! You KNOW I love lavender! I have that book that is in one of your photos.

We have a tiny lavender farm here. We visited it a couple of years ago. It smells devine to stand in fields of lavender, listening to the bees buzzing.

g.suzie said...

Beautiful post, I could just smell the lavender. Your photographs should be in a magazine! Have a good day!

Sharon's Cottage Quilts said...

Oh Karen, once again you have led me to a magical place of beauty! What a lovely lavender farm~you're photographs capture the glory of this special place.

Vee said...

Ohhhh, what an enchanting spot. This makes me want to visit a lavender field. Your journey home must've been delightful, too, with your lavender bundle.

faerwillow said...

~i could smell their intoxicating scent lingering through the air...i adore the way your present your posts...what an amazingly enchanted treasure you stumbled upon...beautiful in everyway...warm wishes and brightest blessings~

Kiki said...

Karen..a most magnificent tribute to! BEAUTIFUL!

Fete et Fleur said...


Your photos are stunning!! I feel as if I were there with you.


cherry said...

Fabulous !!!
Happy 4th to and yours!
hugs from Savannah, Cherry

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

OH are speaking my third language here know this is my favorite flower and scent of all time. How I have missed you, your inspiration and kindness, but this post welcomes me back from my 11 days hiatus. Lovely images, and how I would love to run through that field of lavender with you! Anita

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

OOOH my goodness! I have a lavendar field on my desk top at work I love them so much.

Some day I will come upon one -- that might be a bad thing because i may never leave LOL.

Im soo thinking I need to visit a wizard and have them shrink me so you could take me along for your awesome adventures.

Thanks so much for always sharing the prettiest of life!

Hugs GF

(see you around 8:30 Thursday night for Friday Finding Beauty :)

A Garden of Threads said...

What a wonderful post, wish the computer screen had scent. I love the smell of lavender. Beautiful shots.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Karen Sweetie...
What an absolutely breathtaking post. I love lavendar. I could smell it as soon as I opened the page. (This is the first year that I do not have it, I am afraid my garden just died out, and I have been to ill to replant. Maybe next year.)

I wish there were beautiful places to pop upon here in Phoenix, but there aren't many country roads to drive down. Lots of desert roads, but they lead us only to the heat and cactus. No lavendar houses out here. I bet she even had lavendar soaps? They are so nice to tuck in a drawer or two. Even a linen closet.

I thank you for taking me on this beautiful drive today. It has been so wonderful. Your photos as always, are absolutely exquisite Karen sweetie. I love seeing what you create with each photo. I really loved the lavendar inside of the dove.

Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful and safe 4th of July.

Country hugs sweetie...Sherry

Kiki said...

Hi Karen I had to come back to enjoy the paradise of lavender..this must be one of the most beautiful lavdner posts i have ever seen..and I am a lavender crazed girl at heart! Fabulous and beautiful!
And thankyou for your sweet wrods! hugs!

skoots1mom said...

peace, pure peace!
beautifully done!

Angel said...

What a Lovely & Beautiful post.I can smell the wonderful scent of Lavender from here:) Thank you for sharing ~

Porch Days said...

Wonderful photos of the lavender. I love the effects you used.

Jingle said...

Happy Monday!
Pick 2 to 5 to enjoy!

love your flowers in the post!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

The lavender took my breath away! Absolutely gorgeous. Love those fairy castles! laurie