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Monday, April 11, 2011

Spring in the South...

Last weekend we took a short walk around  "The Prettiest Town in Dixie", Cheraw, SC and I took some pictures of a few of the beautiful Southern homes and colors that Spring has delivered.  Here are just a few shots and be sure to check out the link to the complete album for a full dose of Spring in the South! 

Happy Monday, y'all!






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25 comments:

  1. I used to live there! :) Beautiful images!

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  2. Oh this is the prettiest town I've seen in a long time! I remember as a child driving through Mobile, Alabama's historic district with my Mom during the peak of the azalea season. This town and the beautiful homes remind of there. I'm from the South and live in the Midwest now and sure miss all the wonderful blooming plants like Dogwoods and Camelias. Thanks for sharing..this ole displaced southern belle enjoyed your photos!!

    Miss Bloomers

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  3. Oh, to have a big front porch like that with a swing. Just lovely!

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  4. Wow...one is just prettier than the next. I think I could be happy there.

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  5. My daughter used to go to school there. I loved driving around and looking at the beautiful yards and houses. Last may I posted some pictures from a garden tour that I took there. I think they will have another one this May. I'm not sure of the date. Carla

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  6. loving them all!! thanks for brightening my day!

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  7. Snow predicted for the weekend, I could cry. At least I can enjoy spring via your beautiful pictures Michelle. Thanks!

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  8. Gorgeous photos. Nature is so beautiful

    carol

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  9. OH. MY. GOODNESS, Michelle, I'm drowning in all this beauty. Thank you so much for sharing & for being such a good photographer.
    CAS

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  10. Good morning from Tokyo!

    What beautiful sights from around the South. I miss celebrating spring with family and friends in the humid embrace of the warmer months, but we're thankful to have a unique experience this spring. Thank you for sharing!

    Warmly,

    Elizabeth

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  11. I adore an old white house with colorful flowers.

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  12. Beautiful photos. Love those houses.

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  13. Love springtime in the South! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Oh so beautiful! So excited to see the wisteria pics! :) Thanks for sharing. Definitely hoping you'll join me again at the Garden Party Blog Hop this week!

    I need to add this town to my Southern Must See list! It's just gorgeous!

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  15. I love the third picture, of the stairs. It looks like you walk right up the steps and into a garden. Beautiful photos!

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  16. Beautiful! You're a great photographer.

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  17. SO pretty! I always wanted to move south. Don't know if it will ever happen but it's absolutely gorgeous!

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  18. How beautiful!!! Our tulips are just peaking out...soon!

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  19. Ahh! Nothing like spring in the south! Doesn't that swing porch just make you want a nice glass of sweet tea? Come to think of it, it would be even better in a mason jar! :)

    Thanks for sharing!
    Jennifer @ http://justpeachyindixie.blogspot.com

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  20. Beautiful! I love the south for any season! Spring adds that extra touch! I have never visited this town but I will have to add it to the list! Thanks for sharing! :)

    http://lifeofasoutherncouple.blogspot.com/

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  21. Oh, how beautiful!!!! Azaleas are just starting to bloom here, although my daffodils are all dead. :s I loved seeing all the beautiful homes and gardens. :) Thanks for sharing, Michelle!

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  22. There's nothing like the south!

    I just found your blog today and I would love for you to check out mine and follow! :)

    bmaryandblessed.blogspot.com

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