Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Wordless Wednesday



10 comments:

GardenJoy4Me said...

Chey .. what gorgeous water droplet photos .. I am always amazed at what the camera picks up that I don't actually see until I upload the photos. Lady's Mantle is always a great background to pick them up with .. that fuzzy texture creates "bubbles" of water.
Very Nice !
Joy

Titania said...

A lovely blog with fantastic pictures, Chey.

ChrisND said...

Those images feel cool and calming with the water drops. Thanks for posting.

Snigit Team said...

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megan said...

Isn't the garden so beautiful when it rains? Great pictures.

Janete Cabral said...

I agree it is a beautiful blog, love the colours and imagery! Great work.

Amy said...

Those photos are exquisite Chey!

Esther Montgomery said...

Here comes ignorance . . . . what is the top one (the red one)?

Esther

chey said...

Thank you all for your comments! When there is not much blooming in the garden aside from the trees, then they tend to be my focus. I love the different colors of the new buds, as well as rain drops hanging from the buds and branches. The top photo is a maple tree Esther, just getting ready to put out it's foliage.

Karen Hall said...

Beautiful shots Chey.
Regards
karen
An Artist's Garden