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

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

November Leaves, Blooms and Tails. Wordless Wednesday























That was my young dog, Kenai




This is my older dog, Amur:





  







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12 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful dog♥

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  2. Each time you allow us into your garden
    I am amazed by the fuchsia, so pretty
    one of my favorites.
    Of course the shepherds are just as beautiful.
    Linda C in Seattle

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  3. Your autumn photos are so beautiful and your captures of Kenai are just amazing! I enjoyed my visit!

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  4. I can't believe these images are from November! Everything is so green. We're having a mild November, too, but it's about to turn ugly and cold. Brrrr...

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  5. I just wanted to hug that dog! And watch out for those collapsing gunnera leaves!

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  6. Gorgeous Tatyana. We are getting our first snow of the season today but I can't complain because it's been a wonderful Fall. The best we've had in a while. I like young dogs but old dogs hold a special place in my heart. Yours are handsome. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. Stunning as always my friend! Your garden, photos, and dogs make my heart sing.

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  8. What gorgeous fall color! Your photos are stunning, and your garden companion is so handsome, Tatyana.

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  9. Beautiful autumn in your garden with your friends and Kenai reminds me so much of Zulik - thank you for sharing and for memories

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  10. Очень приятно смотреть на зеленый сад , у нас уже всё под полуметровым снегом

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  11. So beautiful; I always enjoy seeing your wonderful garden. Autumn is such a lovely time of the year. I also enjoyed the photos of Kenai; he seems to enjoy the garden,too! Also, I was impressed by the gunnera (I think that is what it is, though I have never actually seen one). Your photos really put it in perspective.

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  12. Each of the picture is stunning. Which one shall I leave and which one shall I look in closer? Very tough choice but I think I loved the 2nd picture most where so many colors have come together.

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