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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

In The Garden. Wordless Wednesday









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23 comments:

  1. Beautiful...one and all!

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  2. Betty from OregonAugust 12, 2015

    Great macros, Tatyana! Love those tomatoes!

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  3. There's just something about raindrops on roses, so to speak. I had lady's mantle in my old garden, and I forgot how lovely they look with raindrops. May have to get them for here!

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  4. I really like your new header! Beautiful photos of your garden touched with beneficial rain. Lovely.

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  5. Wow. Every photo is a work of art. I just had to come by & tell you how touched I was by your comment on my blog today Tatyana. Knowing how fantastic a photographer you are, your comments & comparison to your incredible garden really compliments me. Thank you!!!!!

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  6. Tatyana girl these are gorgeous pictures ! ... I really love that header combination picture .. the deer looking straight at the camera is perfect ... the arbor has such atmosphere to it .. beautiful !
    What is that plant before the little pineapple plant ? ... it is so pretty ... and so is the mini pineapple plant in the tea cup .. how cute is that !
    We are sharing anemone flowering right now .. looks very much like mine (Lady Emily) .. blooming like crazy.
    Yes .. drought conditions .. sometimes it takes a while to show up on the plant even when you have watered well .. I am seeing all out now from it .. makes you crazy when you work so hard to keep things up as much as possible.
    But ? Autumn is coming ... and I will be happy for it ... then after Xmas I will be chomping at the bit to be in the garden ... we never have a happy medium ? haha
    Lovely pictures !
    Joy : )

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    1. Thank you everyone for your nice words!
      Joy, that is Hydrangea macrophilla 'Izu no Hana'. The plant is small yet, but its blooms are lovely!

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  7. You are so talented, Tatyana! Your garden is fantastic and your photos of it are breathtaking. I always enjoy visiting your blog.

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  8. Wonderful photos. I love the intense purple in your first photo.

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  9. Lovely, lovely! T. Your garden is absolutely gorgeous. And yes, we are praying for rain. ;)

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  10. Wonderful, lush and filled with inspirational vignettes, as always. I love the happy frog reclining in the wet foliage.

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  11. Beautiful photos, Tatyana! I almost want to reach out and pick those yummy tomatoes. I have the same frog in my garden:)

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  12. What a beautiful garden so many pretty colored flowers!! As above I too would like to pick the tomatoes!!!

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  13. Love all the photos they were nice and clear too :-)

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  14. Marvelous photos!
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/double-play-on-way.html

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  15. I love the vivid colors! Fantastic collection of photos.

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  16. Stunning images and what a beautiful garden you have, I love the frog.

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  17. You have a fantastic garden. Treat to my eyes.

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  18. Beautiful!! Love the anemones and that teacup planter! And is that a leaf-shaped decorative stone under an oak leaf hydrangea?

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    1. Yes, Indie, that is a cement leaf that my friend Karen made using my Tetrapanax leaf.

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  19. Beautiful! I like the giant pot. It looks like a big carrot. :o)

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