Thanks for continuing to follow my blog and this series of late garden photos
as you await my autumn photos to arrive....
I am still gone on many a hike to get autumn photos for future blogposts
thus pre-publishing these garden photos for you in the meantime.
One of my favorite summer flowers: daylilies!:
And on a trip out on the lake on the same day?
An eagle landed!:
Wasn't this supposed to be a blogpost about a GARDEN??
back to business!!!
A closer look at the inside of a clematis:
I love them...I grew my first one in my garden this year and was thrilled!
A week later, the wind blew it down.
Isn't that how life goes?
Victory and defeat.
Ah, but that makes the victories all the sweeter!
I would so love for an eagle to land in my late summer garden or any garden. great shot. i love that inside of the Clematis.
Inside the clematis- remarkable!
okay, the eagle in that glorious old tree stole the show! :)
An Eagle is almost as pretty as any flower,so these were welcome shots. Beautiful pictures,every one of them.
i just blog about what i love!! so exciting to see an eagle and get fantastic pictures!!
have a wonderful sunday!!
Autumn gardens can be so pretty..and yours certainly is. And the Eagle must have been a wonderful surprise to see.
Love those bald eagle photos! Just stunning!
I realy like the Eagle photos.
And the day lilly is fantastic.
That's okay--I loved the eagle shots!! Awesome!
The inside of the clematis is gorgeous! All of the colors in the petals that I wouldn't have noticed from farther away and the orange bursting from the center--delicious!
Great post! :)
Superb!! Beautiful photos :) I love your new background.
Your photos are lovely.
You should be getting paid big bucks for these photos! Awesome. The eagle is majestic.
An eagle, wow! I wish I could see one in my garden. I had a huge display of foxgloves in the garden this year and hopefully next year. Instead of ripping them out I could them down to enable new growth. The insects will be pleased.
Beautiful images, one and all but what a thrill to be visited by that Baldie. What a gorgeous bird.
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