Sunday Post: Black and White

Part of the lovely grounds at the Monmouth Plantation in Natchez, Mississippi.  What a wonderful retreat from the beautiful gardens, the lazy hammock, and the romantic gazebo, to the stroll across the bridge you can barely see off to the right.  The best part of this place was the restaurant.  The view wasn’t too shabby, though.

Easter Sunday, April 2011

If you’d like to join us in this entertaining weekly challenge, or see more amazing shots and interpretations, the 2012 Water Dragon Weekly Sunday Post is led by Jake:

http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2012/08/18/sunday-post-black-white/

Y’all havin’ a lovely day?  It’s been raining here off and on all day.  Definitely not complain’.  We’ve been needing a good rain.  Talk to y’all tomorro’.  Love ya!  *squish*  😉

-Carol

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Author: Carol B Sessums

Writer, Editor, Coffee Addict, Lover of Mountains. Lives to shrink the planet, one story and connection at a time.

4 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Black and White”

    1. lol. If I remember right, it was a pretty warm day, so we probably wound up having water with lemon or shirley temples. I love my sangria, but I cannot do alcohol when we are going to be outside in the heat for any amount of time. Makes my stomach weak. Heat + alchohol = blegh. 😉

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    1. Hi! Thanks! I had checked this place out on its website and it looked beautiful. I’d heard the restaurant was lovely. So, for Easter, I thought we could do something a little different and take a little road trip. I got reservations, as they have very limited seating and it was fabulous! The food, service, historic inn, grounds – everything was wonderful.

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