gardening in Nova Scotia, with an occasional maritime musing
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
A lovely blog with fantastic pictures, Chey.
Those images feel cool and calming with the water drops. Thanks for posting.
You've got some really amazing pictures on your blog. I'd like to invite you to post 1 or 2 of your favorites to snigit.com. Snigit is a photo-sharing website founded by a guy from Tacoma WA (me). I don't collect your info, it's free to post (and there's no signing up). Basically it's a way to share your images with a larger community (and you're encouraged to include a link back to your website). So if you have a chance, pop over to snigit.com and post a picture or 2. And no, this wasn't an automated/spam message :) I found your site through BlogExplosion.Tyler Youngbloodfounder, Snigit.com
Isn't the garden so beautiful when it rains? Great pictures.
I agree it is a beautiful blog, love the colours and imagery! Great work.
Those photos are exquisite Chey!
Here comes ignorance . . . . what is the top one (the red one)?Esther
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.
Beautiful shots Chey.RegardskarenAn Artist's Garden
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