12/4/15

the latest from the garden

I hope you're not tired of seeing my garden as it seems that I post about it a lot lately.








Photo Friday (last shot)

15 comments:

Pierced Wonderings said...

Stunning photos! I love those shots of the bee but really...all of it! Fantastic!

Thanks for sharing with us at Photo Friday!

Margaret Adamson said...

Your garden is a wonderful delight to see Betty.

facile et beau - Gusta said...

I can't get enough of your beautiful blooms. I like the first photo, the view is fabulous.
have a nice day
gusta

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

One can never tire of seeing beautiful summer gardens, particularly in the bleak days of northern December. If I had a garden like that I'd be very proud of it.

Linley S said...

How could anyone get sick of seeing such a beautiful array of flowers Betty

A Quiet Corner said...

Betty, they are AWESOME, what are those red ones?...:)JP

Jazzy Jack said...

More! More! :-D Jazzy Jack

John said...

Pretty flowers -especially looked at from the cold north

Linda W. said...

Love all your flower photos! You must have a wonderful garden.

Marcie Barack Lankford Ramsey Constantin said...

lovely.

Ruth Daly said...

I love all of these - they are so full of life and colour. Beautiful!

Christina Morley said...

Thanks for leaving a sweet comment on 1camera1mom! I can see we both like flowers and gardens. Your photos are well captured. The array of colors are wonderful to see and your close-ups of the bumble-bees are great! It's hard photographing bees and butterflies, because they dart around so much. Have a fabulous week!

Ruth Rieckehoff said...

Lovely photos as usual. I love when you focus on flowers. There are so many awesome ones in New Zealand (and where else I am going to have the opportunity to appreaciate them?).

pattisjarrett said...

You just keep right on sharing the loveliness! I miss flowers.

Sara Chapman said...

I am so envious as we are seriously in the grip of winter here. What lovely photos and sunshine. Love the snowcapped mountain in the background of the top one!