Tuesday, August 28, 2007

~ Tuesday's Garden ~


"I go to nature to be soothed and healed,
and to have my senses put in order."
~John Burroughs


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11 comments:

Moi said...

i can never have enough of your lovely garden!! :)

Faye Pekas said...

Thanks for stopping by my place. I can WOW right back at you. I love what I see here. Your butterflies and flowers are wonderful :)

I'll be back.

Barbara said...

I was just wondering about the background picture on your last photo... is it something with little bells? I love your flower pics (as always!), but I also like your decoration objects!
Have a nice day!
Barbara

Cathrine said...

these are amazing :)
thank you

Ida said...

Beautiful images - once again! :)
I like the blue elements together with the flowers.
Blue is my favourite colour! :)
You are a gifted photographer! :)
Hugs - Ida.

Curtis said...

Looks amazing! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

nonizamboni said...

I really enjoy your 'collage' layout of all the beauty you see.
Thanks for sharing!

KMF said...

nice pictures

zephyr said...

Catherine, Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting on my blog!!
Your work/blog is stunning!
i'm curious: surely you aren't shooting with a polaroid camera....? But, it does look like an assosrtment of polaroids in many of your posts. Is this something you create after the fact, or are you in fact shooting closeups with a polaroid? i've never seen such great shots come out of one before. i will definitely be bookmarking your blog and visiting often.

A wildlife gardener said...

You are a wonderful photographer. These pictures are simply stunning. I looked back over your blog and came across Avie, your beautiful cat...more please :) prr! prr!

smilnsigh said...

Back again. :-)) And thank you for commenting in my Photos-City-Mine blog also!

Since your Profile says you love old things ~ I do hope you'll keep coming to this blog, on occasion. We are so lucky to live in a city, which learned to value its Victorian heritage and architecture, back in the 70's. Before everything was lost to deterioration and the wrecking ball.

-sigh- Many were.

But thankfully, we came to our senses and... for years have had a city which many people love to visit. And {too many} people want to move to. :-)

Hugs,
Mari-Nanci