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

Sunday, July 17, 2011

View From The Window. My Picture of the Day



Wind. Rain. Garden.
Plants: Rose - Hybrid Tea 'Lasting Love', rose bush - Knock Out, pink Digitalis, flowering shubs - Escallonia, hedge - Ilex crenata, Japanese maple - Shindeshojo, containers - white Nicotiana.
***Copyright 2011 TatyanaS

23 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning photo! Beautiful even with rain which is not so bad!! Thanks for sharing

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  2. Same here, wind and rain but without the fabulous view,

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  3. Nice view. I like the palms. Actually, I could do with some palm tree weather right now. After months of drought the skies have opened.

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  4. Lovely shot despite the foul weather. Here in Ireland it is the second day of wind and rain. Horrible!

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  5. Oh Tatyana, you've done it again! Fabulous photo. What do you make of this rain? Strange isn't it?

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  6. Thank you, friends! We needed this rain for the garden! Also, it makes everything in the garden look so bright and fresh! Sun causes everything to fade and look pale. But now, we need sun!!! Enough rain!

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  7. Hi, Tatyana! Your garden is really gorgeous!

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  8. Hvor er det smuk.
    Tak for kigget

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  9. What a wonderful view for a rainy morning. I love the way the photograph looks so lush and serene -- until you notice the wind-whipped maple leaves in the left foreground. Very evocative! -Jean

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  10. A gorgeous view from your window!!

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  11. Another winner! Beautiful... Larry

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  12. blog hopping & came across your blog...i host a garden party on thursday's & would love to have you link up! xoxo, tracie

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  13. Gorgeous view, makes the rain a little more tolerable! But still, crossing my fingers the sunshine returns soon =)

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  14. Regardless of the weather the shot from your window looks very inviting.Conditions here at the moment are foul, rain,cool and more rain.

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  15. You have such a lovely view. Beautiful image, too.

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  16. Spectacular view you have!

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  17. Aah! How lovely to look out the window and see... summer!

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  18. A thoroughly gorgeous view despite the rain!

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  19. Such beautiful images! Longing for beauty again in my garden. So thankful for blogs like yours that helps me hope. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving such a kind and inspiring comment. I know we will get rain soon and the heat will lift. Looking forward to those days. Blessings to you.
    Debbie

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  20. Such a beautiful window view Tanya.

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