Monday, August 1, 2016

Winter Garden Adventures


Lots of bird life in our winter garden this week










Pink Nemesia





A new weeping mulberry 


Camellias and Hellabores are looking gorgeous in the garden







A golden dawn



All playing nicely together



Sheltering from a rainstorm



Stalking an echidna



Another storm arriving


12 comments:

  1. You seem to be getting a lot of storms for this time of the year, Meg. It does make everything look nice and green though.

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  2. You are certainly blessed with a beautiful garden, whatever the season.

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  3. I dream of such a beautiful garden.

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  4. These beautiful birds in the wild....we have these only in a zoo. But also your cat together with the hens in the garden are great. That arriving storm gives a wonderful photo.

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  5. Hello Meg,
    Thank yo for the stunning photos. You certainly have a knack. Do you mind if I ask what camera you use? I remember one of your posts where you spoke of it, but I have forgotten what you said. A Nikon No matter the camera, I know you have true talent as an artist with the camera. Your attention to detail is great. I really appreciate you taking the time to share your beauty with me here in the Tennessee mountains, USA. Have a lovely evening.

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  6. Hi Deborah...how nice to hear from you and your lovely comments,they are much appreciated. My husband bought me a Nikon P610 while it is not a SLR it is easy to use and has a wonderful menu of enhancements although for a bit more he says he would buy the P900 . It has been a lifesaver moving here from the city as a newly found hobby for me xxx

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  7. I love the colorful birds! Wish I had them in my garden! The girls look plump.

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  8. Again, I am enjoying your fantastic photos of your surroundings: the native birds, the girls, the kittie and the views of your garden. Thank you for sharing!

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  9. Liebe Meg,
    bei uns hat gerade der Spätsommer angefangen und die Hortensien blühen und die Brombeeren reifen.
    Bei dir blüht es sogar im Winter. Sagenhaft schöne Fotos machst du.
    Die bunten Vögel hätte ich auch gerne im Garten. Du hast ein kleines Vogelparadies um dich herum.
    Schönen August und alles Liebe,
    Manuela

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  10. Looks so lush and bright. It's probably warmer there than 90% of our summer! xx

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I love to hear from you and appreciate your messages. Meg xx