Huntington Gardens and slideshow tutorial
Last weekend, Q, friends and I visited Huntington Gardens. We wandered on a grey day through the crazy fascinating textures of the succulent garden, the fantastic smells of the rose garden, the wonderland of the cloud forest and arboretum, and the ‘hurry-its-closing-time-but-this-so-awesome’ history of science hall in the library.
My lovely mother has her own blog as landscape designer at MacKenzie-Childs, a creative and whimsical home and garden factory and store. She would have loved the gardens, so I’m posting a slideshow here for her.
Love you Mom! (How to make the slideshow in WordPress: upload all of your photos at once. In the window that pops up for you to upload, scroll all the way to the bottom and save changes. Now click on the Gallery tab in the top of the upload window. Scroll to the bottom. You can see a button that says ‘insert as gallery’ and another that says ‘insert as slideshow’. Click the slideshow button. The draft of your post will have the word slideshow in brackets. You are done! If you don’t believe the ‘magic’ of the slideshow in brackets, click your preview button to see what the post will look like. You should see a slideshow. Call me if you are still confused. The thing is, it is even easier than you think it is, that is why you are confused. LOVE YOU!)