"I'm not really a career person.I'm a gardener,basically.".....George Harrison

Monday, September 27, 2010

An Early Morning Walk ……..

thru the garden….

It rained during the night.

It was early.

Really early….

The sun was barely up.

What could I find with the camera?

Come along and see….

IMG_0489Torenia

IMG_0494Garden Mums 

IMG_0496Crossandra leafIMG_0501 Begonia that keeps on blooming.I’ve had this one for 3 years.

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Raindrops on an Alocasia

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Sunlight through the same Alocasia 

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Bark on a Norfolk Island Pine

Sunlight through the Norfolk Island PinesIMG_0509

Raindrops on a CaladiumIMG_0518

IMG_0526 Yum!!!

A Walking Stick in the veggie garden…IMG_0487

what more could I do with some editing software?

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Have you ever strolled through your garden and seen things from a different angle?

Try it….

You’ll like it!

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Not much gardening has been going on at TheGreatWall.

We have a project!

and this one’s a biggie!

Guess I owe YardBoy some favors.*wink-wink*

It includes,but not included to rocks,gravel, flagstones, pavers,moving plantings around,correcting a flooding problem,yada-yada-yada……

a hint…IMG_0519 Stay tuned for the reveal….

 Emma alert!!!!!!

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OK,back to blogging…..

Rumor has it we may be in for a cool front.later this week.

Yes!!!!

Steve Jervey had better be right!

9 comments:

Gayle said...

Is that something growing in the veggie garden? Didn't you just plant it or is this an existing garden? Very cool photos!

ChrisC said...

Gayle-Google Walking Stick insect.

compost in my shoe said...

Raindrops on caladium gets my vote! Beautiful shot!

Tootie said...

Gee, I liked them all! But my most favorite of all...that most beautiful orange orchid in your header. It's awesome!

NanaK said...

Oh goody! A new project is always fun to anticipate. This is a great time to enjoy just being in the garden and appreciating it all. The weather has been sweet and even rainfall has been perfect. Emma's little arm cradling her head is way cute.

Deborah said...

These are all fantastic shots, but my favorite is sunlight through the Alocasia. What a beautiful shot!!! Amazing really. You've got a good eye. Poor poor Yard Boy. My Brawny Man has it a little tough right now...he is building new counter tops in the kitchen and installing granite tile. Hmmm, how'd we get so lucky?
**blows kisses** Deb

Meredehuit ♥ said...

Lovely. :)

Susan said...

I do hope a wee bit of dryer air is in store for us. I enjoyed the stroll through your early morning garden. It looks absolutely lovely, and I'm eager to see your new project...sounds like some heavy lifting to me. Don't make us wait too long!

Meems said...

Hi Chris,
Sitting on the back porch catching up with some commenting on my favorite blogs!!!! Yay for less humidity today. 86 and low humidity is SO DIFFERENT than 86 and well... you know.

Emma!!! What a cootie-patootie in all her pink comfort.

The rain has been great this week and you captured it beautifully in your photos. I do like to look at the garden from different angles... it is amazing what you'll see.
Meems

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