U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Friday, February 6, 2009

Skywatch Friday

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These blue colors and my little rainless rainbow are addictive.
I keep looking at them.
I think I am ready for spring.


  1. That's beautiful and I love the top two photos. Prayers for you and your child.

  2. Thank you Darla! Your story was so touching. We all need to hear such stories from time to time.

  3. Beautiful photo! I'm ready for spring too!

  4. Hi Tatyana, thanks for visiting.I enjoyed your lovely blog, you take beautiful photos and have a great selection of photos. You are lucky to have such space to try all of your ideas in such a profusion of colour.

  5. Beautiful Picture! Thanks for visiting my blog! Your yard looks beautiful as well form what I can see in your two top photo's. The fog was creepy. Tonight I don't think we will get below 32 degrees.


  6. Hi Tatyana, thank you for visiting my blog. I am a NW Gardener like you, but I am exiled in Z10 Los Angeles! It's refreshing to read your blog, see photos of your lush, inviting NW garden, and dream about someday returning.
    I'm coming to the NW Flower & Garden Show in 2 weeks to give a talk, see my pals, and inhale the moist, cool, NW air. can't wait! Debra

  7. What a picture! I hope this is a harbinger of good things to come. I love your banner photo and your beautiful garden--a real boost this time of year.

  8. Thank you Aerie-el! The NW has tought me to love the sun as never before!

    Peggy, thanks! Blotanical gives me a chance to USE all these photos.

    Jake, thank you! We have many foggy mornings here. You gave me an idea to take "foggy" pictures!

    Debra, thanks, and you have a good time at the NW show!

    Grace, thanks, and I agree with you - looking at the pictures helps to go through the cloudy days!

  9. Tatyana hello !!
    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog : )
    I really love your skywatch photos .. those clouds are beautiful .. and the blue blue of the sky is remarkable !
    Your Russian doll collection is gorgeous !
    I collect some nesting dolls from Russian displays while we lived in Holland .. I had a weakness for them ..
    You have a very pretty blog here .. and I love the picture of the pup smelling ? the plants : )

  10. Yep, I'm cabin feverish too!

  11. Joy, thanks for your kind comment.
    Dawn, we are moving in right direction!


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