"Life is like a rose...More exquisite and precious,When shared with others."
~Jane Oechsle Lauer
Vibrant colors. An amazing things to see upon waking-up in the morning. Have agreat week cath.
The colours are amazing...the kind of colours i like to wear! ; )/Katarina
Ooo... lovin' the purples! =)I really like the water droplets. They look lovely and you captured it so well. I like the last photo collage... very pretty.Mountain Retreat Photos
Ah Cat, I love Morning Glories!! They are a beautiful and elegant vine of flowers. I don't have any morning glories myself..except for the wild ones that try to grow and take over my garden. While they are beautiful, I have to yank them out so they don't go too crazy there. MG's are a very challenging flower to paint....you've inspired me though with your gorgeous photos..maybe I will work on more of them one of these days. Beautiful as always.
THe soft colors are quite pretty. Are these from your garden?Last fall I expanded my black eyed susan and purple cone flower bed, 12 more plants apiece. Since this spring, them darn bunnies mowed them down. Ah, well, thats what we gardeners put up with.
pinks blues and a hint of green all harmonize into a symphony of color.....everyone loves coming here Cat... you make it so inviting....beautiful!
Beautiful post Cat! I love the vibrant colors! I also really like the last photo with the superimposed background. That's really cool.
I love morning glories, and you have captured these beautifully. The color is so intense and pretty! I especially love the photo with the tree branches, is it a reflection? It's gorgeous.
I love these wonderful pastel colors. Well done.
Oh what beautiful photos! Morning glories always remind me of my mother who planted them every year when I was little... thanks for the memory!
WOW! These are Awesome CAT! As usual you stun us with your flowers and quotes!!That last shot...ooooooh! Wonderful!
Great photos. I am very fond of Morning glories....the fact that they are short lived just makes them more special.
I haven't seen morning glories for years! What amazing photos Cat!Penny
How wonderfully creative you are :)
Great photo's !!! I love Morning Glories and their little heart shaped leaves. For the first two years that we lived here I saw the vine in the spring and would rip it out because I thought it was just a wild green weed. Then my neighbor told me what the vine was and I'm so happy to say that now my fence is covered with several feet of this beautiful vine.
Your morning glories are lovely, Cat. I have never grown them so especially enjoyed viewing your artful photos. Hugs ...
Just found your blog, lovely. Oh and I so love Morning Glories. They are so hard to grow here, but seeing the pics was like having them in my own garden for the summer. Thanks, will stop by and visit again soon.Jen
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