Saturday, September 12, 2009

Still Blooming


The season is changing -- you can tell. The air is crisper, the blue skies are more intense, and the garden which was filled with so much birdsong not that long ago seems deserted in comparison.

Things are still blooming in our garden. No frost yet -- we always feel grand to think we've cheated Mr. Frost just a few more days.




Took these photos the other evening as the sun was setting. Orange Kitten hasn't been around to visit us lately, but Miss Kitty still loves to prowl about and snoop under bushes for friendly mice. Thankfully, I've never seen her with one...




I'm meeting friends for breakfast. It's a perfect day for it. And, having caught a glimpse of the state of my hair in the mirror, I best be off....


Here's wishing you all a wonderful day!
Brenda




8 comments:

  1. Oh your garden is indeed beautiful! What a wonderful place to relax and enjoy a cup of tea with a friend or a book by yourself.

    Thank you for your comments on my blog - I do enjoy and appreciate them. It would be nice if we lived close by.

    Lorrie

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  2. My flowers look pitiful compared to yours. I kinda get tired of it all by this time of year, plus all that I've been busy with my health...I do want to get some mums and pumpkins though.

    Have a great day!☺

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  3. What a beautiful garden you have my friend.....still has plenty of color in it.....we are having gorgeous weather aren't we. Have a wonderful Saturday.....:-) Hugs

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  4. what a lovely garden, I enjoy the purples of late summer flowers.

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  5. What an inspiring garden space... certainly a great Indian Summer this year!

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  6. What an inspiring garden space... certainly a great Indian Summer this year!

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  7. Your garden is beautiful.

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  8. You have a beautiful garden! I'm so glad, too, for every nice day that we have to enjoy before the cold settles in!

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