to entice you to visit
Tell them to fly over to the USA, it's really cool here. I live in SoCal and usually we are in the 70F range this time of year, but right now it chilly and windy.
What beautiful photos! I loved the glimpse of summer on this cool, rainy day.Sherry @ A Happy Valentine
Really pretty. I especially love the third one. It's seems almost other-worldly. Happy day!
Ladybug, ladybug fly away home....nice job on the photos.Joyce M
those flowers are really beautiful! What's its name? really great shots! My outdoor wed is here.
Thank you for all the lovely comments!Maites, it's the bloom of a succulent I have had for a while. Here's a link to a different view http://bettysnzblog.blogspot.com/2010/11/strange-thing-in-my-garden.html
Wow amazing pictures! Love the blooms.Jocelynhttp://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/
Wow! Your ladybug shots are beautiful! I love the yellow flower. Thanks for sharing and Happy Outdoor Wednesday.~Holly
What a gorgeous study on the ladybug on that beautiful plant. Loved it.
What great shots...that bloom is so vibrant!Just beautiful!!
Oh my goodness! They are so cute! And those flowers are just thrilling! I love them; especially after seeing feet and feet of snow everywhere I look around here! :o)
I am Ann, the lady bird that crept under the frying pan. I just taught minibeast to my student.The ladybirds here are blue and are very small.
I should qualify myself, the lady birds my students found for my worm and insect farm are blue.Two girls found 4 for me, I kept it in my "farm" strangely, they disappeared the next day.
I forgot where you are in the world. It's great to see happy, bright flowers and ladybugs.LisaDay
Just gorgeous!!! Here from BPOTW!
I love the photos and the bright yellow flowers! We won't be seeing flowers for many months now, so thanks for these.
I love the lady bugs..and they really show up on the yellow flowers...send some my way..LOLLadybug from TexasDeb
Good pics. Here from BPOTW
That's funny Betty -- we get ladybugs in the Fall, when they're looking for a warm spot for the winter! They can find all the cracks in our "mansion" (the RV). We had to vacuum them up this year -- I'm sure that's bad luck, but hey.....I was scrolling back to try to figure out what the fringe festival was (from your top post)....Anyway -- all beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much for all your wonderful comments. I must say that the colors turned out better than I imagined!Sallie, if you click this link, it will explain the festival a bit more...http://bettysnzblog.blogspot.com/2008/11/fringe-festival.html
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