Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Wordless Wednesday

27 comments:

  1. THat picture fits the title. no words are needed. Instant solace.

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  2. Those rudbeckia (least I think they are) look billowy and very natural.

    Ah garden lighting. There's a subject in it's own right.

    Great shot as ever.

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  3. I love the juxtaposing of organic and inorganic objects. The salient lamp post and the covert fence. And the tree branches behind... all very beautiful.

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  4. This looks like a gorgeous late summer garden. Seeing that bit of pink in the background makes me want to walk into this garden and see what is blooming in the background.

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  5. Enchanting image of the spilling over Rudbeckia with the lamp post and having the light turned on is magic. The climbing roses (?) in the distance does call one into your garden as Lisa mentions. Great photo of what appears a lush lovely late summer garden.

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  6. Gorgeous! Wait.. it's Wordless Wednesday... does that mean that I'm not supposed to comment? LOL :-)

    Cameron

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  7. Thanks everybody!

    Cameron, I'm not sure as this is the first time I've ever done a WW post.

    By the way, that flash of pink in the background is a crape myrtle.

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  8. Just beautiful, Phillip. Do you know the cultivar?

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  9. Randy, I have no clue what the cultivar is. It reseeds all over the place every year. In fact, this one popped up in the middle of a pathway and I moved it to this spot earlier in the spring.

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  10. Phillip your photo is a wonderful composition.
    Donna

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  11. Absolutely beautiful...a lovely place to be enticed into.

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  12. Love, love. Do you do design at all? You have a marvelous eye.

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  13. What a perfectly gorgeous shot. I’m a sucker for black eyed Susans and classic lighting fixtures.

    Thanks for answering my baking question too.

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  14. The lamp post is the centre of attraction here. Fits perfectly into the picture.

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  15. I love that photo! I have some of those black eyed Susans, if that's what they are. I don't remember planting them, but they pop up all over the place. I only let a few stay, though.

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  16. Talk about a wonderful place to come home!

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  17. A perfect picture and your new garden paths and bed look fabulous. How is the back holding up?

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  18. Beautiful picture. The dark pink goes so well with the golden yellow of the Rudbeckia..

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  19. My two words are:

    OOOOOOUUUUU AAAAAAHHAAAAA

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  20. I have absolutely fallen in love with Black-eyed Susans this year. Those are beautiful. I just need to find a spot to put some in my yard. Beautiful picture.

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  21. Hi Phillip, what a terrific shot. The colors are so deep and mysterious. I wish I could grow susans like that. And your fix for the front walk looks fabulous. Just perfect! :-)
    Frances

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  22. Whoa! This part of your garden must look lovely at night with the lamp ON! Can you post a pic of it at night?

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