Posts Tagged ‘blooms

14
Aug
17

summer sky…

red crepe myrtle-tree-front yard-SwittersB.jpg

13
Jul
17

July eases along…

“The dandelions and buttercups gild all the lawn: the drowsy bee stumbles among the clover tops, and summer sweetens all to me.”   James Russell Lowell 

11
Jul
17

Summer’s Sweet Spots…

07
Jul
17

shaded petals…

rose petals-flowers-SwittersB x-

01
Jul
17

bursting forth…

happiness…

Garden-Clematis & Lily-SwittersB

02
Jun
17

This & that…

I seem to flit about, I imagine you’ve noticed, between the wild lands and the garden this time of year. The flowers are emerging in all their splendor while the rivers and lakes beckon. I go through this in the Fall when the gardening is winding down and the fly fishing is good. So, I will be posting flowers and nature’s habitat along the way.

12
May
17

fanciful…




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