4/22/20

My Corner of the World



A lovely autumn day in Taranaki--yes, it's my front garden :)

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48 comments:

Jeanna said...

Things are looking a little less colorful in your part of the world, but I bet it's pretty with great weather. I love the fall second only to spring, but maybe not this spring. I hope things are going well and you're not getting too stir crazy.

Peabea Scribbles said...

Some trees have such spendor like the flowing to the ground one in your photo...and always love a beautiful blue sky. Stay well. :)

Natalie said...

Blue skies and greenery make me smile. Thanks, Betty, for hosting and sharing your photos.

Sharon Wagner said...

My corner is waking up. But still pretty sleepy.

RobertN said...

You have autumn, we have spring:)
All the best!

NatureFootstep said...

Hi, I love trees and your autumn trees are just gorgeous :)

Rohrerbot said...

Autumn sounds lovely!!!

Lea said...

Beautiful scene!
I am having computer problems - cannot link up. Will you please add my post to the Link?
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Thanks!

EricaSta said...

During you get Autumn, we enjoy spring... a lovely landscape.

Stay healthy

Michele Morin said...

Found your lovely badge(finally!) and added it to my side bar!
Thanks for the weekly gathering.

Dorothy Borders said...

Very nice!

Cristina - Memories of the Pacific said...

Beautiful images of nature. I hope you are well!

nic said...

I'm sorry, something odd is happening right now with my blog, all the Linkys do not come up, they just buffer. Anyone got any ideas what to do? Anyhow:
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♥nic

Nanchi said...

Wonderful weather, Beautiful capture.

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Lydia C. Lee said...

What a lovely outlook. Is that your garden?

kiwikid said...

Wonderful front garden, you have some great trees there.

Rose said...

Your front garden is beautiful!


Jill Harrison said...

oh, you live on a property - I can see the paddocks through the gate - how lovely.

rupam sarma said...

Awesome pics

Handmade in Israel said...

What a wonderful garden you have! Enjoy it and keep safe x

diane b said...

Love the way the name of your town rolls off the tongue.Taranaki

Natasha said...

Lovely front garden. I guess these are the lovely blessings we can hold on to and be grateful.

Lots of love and hugs, dear Betty. Stay safe.

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italiafinlandia said...

Beautiful garden and idyllic views.
Enjoy your autumn days!

Veronica Lee said...

Your front garden is really lovely, Betty!

Happy Wednesday!

Zinaida Strinu said...

How lovely is your front garden!

Stay healthy, Natasha!

Nancy Chan said...

You have a very big front garden. The nature will give you plenty of fresh air.

riitta k said...

Finland is entering into spring & summer... Enjoy your autumn days!

Birgitta said...

Beautiful and lovey garden you have!

Dave @ Around Alaska said...

Love your garden. I could sit there and relax and let the words problems just go on by. We're into spring now in Alaska. Snow and ice is almost all gone. I've been getting the yard cleaned up in-between the rain storms. Stay safe!

My Desktop Daily said...

I love trees in a garden, Betty, especially if they change appearance with the passing of the seasons!

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

PS: Thank you for hosting, Betty!

csuhpat1 said...

Such a beautiful garden. Would love to relax there. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you and your family are safe.

Diana said...

An awesome place!
Here spring, there autumn. What a wonderful world! :)
All the best!

Schwabenfrau said...

Wonderful photos and a wonderful garden. Soo beautiful!

Greetings Eva

Rambling Woods said...

I wanted to say that I am glad you are well and that I started Nature Notes again....

Angie said...

Betty - those are lovely, large trees in your garden. What are they? Glad to see that MCOW is going so well for you!

Little Wandering Wren said...

I'm having garden envy! Thank you so much for bringing your breath of fresh air garden into my city life! I'm loving that view! Thanks for hosting Betty!
Wren x

Crafty Green Poet said...

That's a lovely garden! The trees are very impressive.

Vilt og vakkert said...

Heisann, nice place, this is a wonderful time, happy Spring ;:OD)

Lowcarb team member said...

What a lovely garden, I enjoyed seeing your photographs.

All the best Jan

handmade by amalia said...

Thanks for the party, Betty, enjoy your day.
Amalia
xo

KlaraS said...

Lovely garden! I'm jealous!
Thank you for hosting.

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Hi Betty, thanks for letting me know about My Corner of the World. I'm joining in this week with my garden updates for April Have a lovely day.

Pia said...

Einen schönen Flecken Erde, nur ist Neuseeland sehr weit weg.
L G Pia

Powell River Books said...

Wow, that's quite the front garden. Is that a weeping willow? My grandmother had one out front when I was a kid. She lived down a quiet rural road with lots of trees and shrubs out front because she liked to feel secluded. - Margy

Rambling Woods said...

Thank you so much for linking into Nature Notes..I do love fall but I think I need a couple of months outside with all that is going on. Stay well...Michelle

marina said...

Your front garden is beautiful!

Lucy Corrander Now in Halifax! said...

I appreciate the shapes and textures of your garden.