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

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Dew And Light

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Good Morning Autumn!
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34 comments:

  1. Man, you have to get up early in the morning to get these kind of beautiful shots. Alas, I will never have shots like this. Morning starts late around this property.

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  2. Lovely. Wet gardens and daybreak are a perfect combination, eh?

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  3. love the spider webs!! (as long as I don't walk throug one!)

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  4. also love the spent poppies.

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  5. Gorgeous Photos... your first shot of the nasturtiums conjures up galaxies and the spider web... great! Happy Autumnal Equinox!

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  6. Tatyana I forgot to say how lovely I think your last shot is too... from the Cleome over to the Anemones and the Poppy seed pods all lit up. Lovely Autumn post! Carol

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  7. Good morning Autumn indeed!! Love the crispness of your photos this morning!!

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  8. Those spider webs are splendid! Love the dewy shots. Happy Autumn!
    Rosey

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  9. Sunrise brings such a glorious light. Your shots are beautiful, as are your flowers. :)

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  10. Wow gorgeous photos Tatyana! I love the way dew drops look on plants and those shots with the spiderweb are amazing. :)

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  11. Love your photos
    I used to have nasturtiums in my front yard ..

    Love the dew drops

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  12. I love the dewdrops and the spiderweb between the Joe Pye. The light shows it up beautifully.

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  13. Beautiful photos, Tatyana! Looks like a lovely place to live. :)

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  14. Thanks for all that beauty, Tatyana! You have captured the magic of the moist morning with great artistic skill! :-)
    Frances

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  15. Beautiful! I love taking photos in the morning best of all. Nice photos!

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  16. Great, but where are the dogs (lol).

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  17. So beautifully captured! The dew on the plants, the pods, and the webs...everything looks magical!

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  18. Thank you everyone! I think we all are enjoying these days when the air is crisp and almost eatable and summer flowers try to please us before saying Good Bye. We've never had so many spiders around!
    Hermes, the dog is chasing his tail.

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  19. Pictures are gorgeous, especially the first one. It's beautiful.

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  20. Wow is the word for your beautiful gardens. The dew and the light picked up perfectly. You have so many colors that compliment each other so well. I am ready for the temps to change a little. Our nights are so muggy. The days are rainey. Have a good day. (PS I am having a give-away - check it out)

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  21. Wonderful, and so quiet and peaceful in feeling.

    FlowerLady

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  22. Welcome fall indeed - great photos! We're having an indian summer for now, but there's already frost warnings some evenings.

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  23. Какие замечательные мгновения, фотокадры, фотографии!
    У нас сейчас утро, и я увидела его таким благодаря тебе, Танечка!

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  24. I love the spider web with dew on it. It was surprising to start finding dew on the grass in the last week or so. It seemed like summer was going to go on forever here. I can't believe you still have nasturtiums, ours are long gone.

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  25. Those are some beautiful shots you took. I love the nasturtiums and well, all of them really!

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  26. Ohhh my!!! There are some beautyiful photos!!!!
    Some art to put on the wall!

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  27. oh,,wat een prachtige foto"s, om stil van te worden .veel bloemen heb ik ook in mijn tuin staan.het moet heerlijk zijn om door zo,n tuin te wandelen.

    fijne dag oma nijn

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  28. What beautifully captured photos. I have been busy with Lyme Disease charity work and not had time to blog but so glad I didn't miss this lovely post. It has cheered me up from the frustrations of so many sick people and children struggling to get adequate treatment. Thank you Tatyana

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  29. Thank you for visiting my blog, Tatyana. Your blog is wonderful. Such lovely photography, and your posts are so educational and interesting too.

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  30. I love the spider web, dew on the leaves and the first rays of the morning sun on the leaves of those green plants.

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  31. Dear Tatyana, your Photos have captured the mood of the weather beautifully. Suddenly autumn feels like a second spring.

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  32. I love the dewy shots and web! It's neat to be able to capture nature so close up! Happy fall!

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  33. Absolutely wonderful captures of the dew on flowers and the spiderweb. The cleome is popping and the nasturtium is glowing. gail

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  34. Tatyana, how beautiful! The plants look like they are sugar coated.

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