Photos of Mission San Luis Rey while visiting last Saturday. These were taken with the Nikon D200. More wonderful sky views are posted at Skywatch Friday.
Inside these doors into the cemetery, I found soothing water fountains, lots of park benches for quiet meditation and large wind chimes moving with the ocean breeze passing through.
Although there was a bit of construction going on, that didn't seem to stop tourists from coming. Along this walk, I could see gift shops, museums, etc.
What I discovered next on my walk along the grounds were delightful rose gardens and these old, remaining relics. Nearby were lots of rooms for their Retreat quarters.
Southern California is popular for drought tolerant plants and palm trees. You'll find many majestic Bougainvilleas cascading over white walls here.
Bougainvilleas for Floral Friday Foto.
I think about all the mothers everywhere, praying for their children. I'm going to be a bit behind in my blogging schedule, as my granddaughter is coming for a visit... oh, joy! We'll be heading out to the pumpkin patch this week. Photo for Kids-e-connection
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The Friday 56
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