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Friday, May 31, 2013

Morning In The Garden. My Picture Of The Day


The sun makes all the difference!
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19 comments:

  1. So very beautifull !!!

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    1. Dani P., thank you! Morning is when my garden looks the best.

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  2. Grace PetersonMay 31, 2013

    Tatyana, you always have the most gorgeous photos. The sun helps make a happy gardener and a happy garden. Glad to see it's back for you. It's sunny here too. Have a great weekend.

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    1. Grace, I hope June will be more sunny than May and give plants the warmth they need! Thanks!

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  3. Joey RandallMay 31, 2013

    Lovely!

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  4. So pretty!

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  5. It sure does...just lovely...reminds me of my garen this morning with the sun lighting up the meadow.

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    1. Donna, it's raining again two days later... But, that was a magic moment!!!

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  6. Very pretty!
    Have a great week-end!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  7. I love the layers! The grass, the stone, the perennials, and the evergreen trees. Are those blue spikes delphiniums, lupines? Sun certainly does make a difference, and I could really use some now! Since I got home yesterday, we have had dense, low, grey clouds AND cold AND rain. But your picture raises my spirits.

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    1. Jason, thank you! Those plants are lupins. For several years, they failed in my garden (or I failed to grow them), and suddenly, they started to grow like crazy! We are having rain, again. I'm glad I took that picture and caught that moment!

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  8. Lovely picture, the trees look majestic in the background. Gives a sense that the garden goes on forever.

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  9. Your garden is so lovely, and lighting does create the most wonderful atmosphere!

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  10. You Captured a beautiful view of your garden! Love that blue poppy and Wow, on Kew Gardens...

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  11. The statue appears to be putting his own hair - Hope that is not what it means of keeping the garden neat. (Lol)
    Have a great weekend!

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  12. What a lovely picture Tatyana. That is such a beautiful flower bed with and the little girl is so cute.

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