Saturday, August 31, 2013
Raindrops on Roses
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Basking in June
When company comes from landlocked Alberta, we enjoy taking our guests to walk on the beach. The evening air is soft and still. Long cloud...
A quick post this early morning before leaving for Dawson City. We’ve been in Whitehorse for three days and have seen flowers, a fox, and...
I was given a beautiful vaseful of flowers at Tim's retirement party a couple of weeks ago. The flowers lasted and lasted, and this we...
I planted a row of sweet peas along the back fence, where we took out the cedar hedge. Tendrils cling to the mesh fence and reach for the ...
Oh pretty collage...I really like the way you tip the photo and have a beautiful background using a complementary photo Has it been raining for a few days? It is raining again here, though it was a beautiful sunny day until about an hour ago. A lovely late afternoon and evening to you...ReplyDelete
We have to enjoy the last of summer blossoms. In no time at all the petals will start changing colors and the weather will change. We will all be missing the beautiful colors of summer.ReplyDelete
I'm humming the song as I enjoy your pretty flowers, a nice collage to feature them too.ReplyDelete
Maybe, or maybe just a happy hydrangea...ReplyDelete
Beautiful - have just come to you from reading a blog about hot days with temperatures in the mid 90s so this was really cooling! I know which kind of hydrangea blossom I am but as you say life's like that!!ReplyDelete
My hydrangeas are just beginning to change colour too. The blue ones turn the most amazing pink, surprisingly.ReplyDelete
Beautiful images. But I really love the story in your previous post. Our memories are such a blessing... they tie us together with ourselves and others and our experiences. It is so interesting some little thing will trigger a memory.ReplyDelete
bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens......lovely!ReplyDelete
The previous post is wonderful. My hydrangeas are now turning from white to a lovely pink, their fall colours.ReplyDelete
We can learn from metaphors.ReplyDelete
The photos are beautiful; raindrops on roses really are one of my favourite things.
Lovely... love raindrops on roses!ReplyDelete