Monday, August 15, 2016

Winter is Almost Over

An afternoon stroll



Storm clouds gathering



A crisp winter's day



The first Prunus blossom



Euphorbias  are flowering again




Winter Hellebore




Opening Camellias



Won't be long before my pink tulips are up






a day trip to the River Murray and nesting pelicans on the banks











19 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful meg , You are lucky to live in such a stunning place and your photography skills are second to none xxx

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  2. Thank you Eileen....I love doing it xxx

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  3. Beautiful as always, you have an eye for beauty.

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    1. Thank you ..have a wonderful week xxx

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  4. Hi Meg, it has been a long time since I commented. I continue to love your photography and envy you your gardening time. I really loved the photo of the hellebore and the one of the pelicans by the river. I think I have said before that I have spent time on the river at Walker Flat and that image feels quite familiar. Thanks for sharing, Jennifer

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    1. Wow Jennifer it IS Walker's Flat and I also took some great pictures of the cliffs near Nildottie. We had lunch at Swan Reach xx

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  5. Während sich bei uns schon die ersten Zeichen des Herbstes bemerkbar machen, sprießen bei dir die ersten Frühlingsboten.
    Wunderbare Aufnahmen von einen fantastischen Gegend.
    Eine schöne Woche und alles Liebe,
    Manuela

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  6. Great photos. Love the birds and the cat shot. We are in our summer here in Oregon USA.

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  7. Great pics especially the hellebores, don't see many in the West! Happy gardening.

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  8. What beautiful photos! We are in late summer here, so it's lovely to see your images. I do like those little parakeets - so green!
    Cathy x

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  9. Meg, beautiful photos as usual. A couple of days ago my son and I decided to try taking photos of the moon at 2.30pm as it appeared in a very blue sky. So he got his tripod and zoomed in with the new camera and the photos showed the craters on the moon. Just amazing! Thanks so much for telling me about these fabulous cameras.

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  10. Meg your photos are beautiful thankyou for sharing I am now following your blog and shall start reading the archives xx

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    1. Welcome ....I hope you enjoy....I changed my focus and name recently..I used to be My Vintage Life xxxx

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  11. Your photos are beautiful. You have a good variety of flowers. I didnot have mind to scroll down. they look beautiful.

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  12. Discovered your blog through Vintage and Frugal Home blog and so glad I did! I live in the state of Tennessee in the US and love following bloggers in other parts of the world - especially below the equator where the seasons are opposite! We are getting ready for fall here and it is sweltering hot and humid. Your flowers so exotic and beautiful and - those gorgeous birds -- nothing like those here!

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    1. Hi and welcome! Spring and summer yet to come and as much as I hate the extreme heat here I am looking forward to taking lots of photos of my rose garden xx

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  13. What beautiful images ! such lovely happy colours ... we are going into autumn now so it's nice to see summer photos. hugs Gail x

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  14. i really likes your blog and You have shared the whole concept really well. and Very beautifully soulful read! thanks for sharing.
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I love to hear from you and appreciate your messages. Meg xx