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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Front Flowerbed. View From Above

Pictures were taken on the 19th of August 2011.




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23 comments:

  1. Now that is a good angle to see the plantings in a bed. Such a pretty bed.

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  2. Very pretty and lush.

    FlowerLady

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  3. I'm forever envious of those who have views from above of their gardens. It's beautiful! What a nice way to view things--from above.

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  4. Lovely pictures. I like that vantage point.

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  5. Very pretty, I bet the garden fairies are happy in there!

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  6. Great 'Bird's Eye' view, Tatyana. All looks so colorful and lush.

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  7. Piękne rabaty kwiatowe z góry podglądałaś :-). Pozdrawiam

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  8. You get a different view from above. All those lovely textures and colours knitting together. Is that a Melos thus major I see?

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  9. Love overhead views of gardens. Can really see the plants and detail. Just beautiful!

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  10. Dear Tatyana, A stunning view!! I almost wish it wasn't wordless though, as I'd love a verbal description and info about when the pictures were taken. Beautiful. P. x

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  11. I LOVE IT! What a gorgeous garden and shot of it!

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  12. Tatyana, that's a lovely mix. Will they not be covering each other in a little while?

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  13. What a beautiful flower bed, love the view from above! It is a nicely spaced flower bed, not something I am good at.

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  14. That looks great. Some times it's nice to see things from a different angle, and this is certainly a very literal expression of that phrase. ;-)

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  15. An interesting perspective! It really gives you a full idea of the arrangement of plants.
    P.S. The pictures of the Northwest point are amazing.

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  16. Great planting - lovely perspective.

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  17. That's a beautiful view from above. Love your combo plants!

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  18. So gorgeous! I am quite envious. I am reminded of the many beautiful flower beds I saw when I visited my son in Portland in August a couple years ago. Both annuals and perennials were flourishing in the mild summer weather. In August in Alabama, gardens and gardeners are wilted, stale and fried around the edges!

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  19. Wow, Tatyana, what a gorgeous, gorgeous border. I love how each element is special on its own but also looks fabulous with its surrounding neighbors. Very, nice!

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