Sunday, November 14, 2010

TODAY'S FLOWERS ~ From a Dear Friend's Garden


Recently I visited a dear friend in Goolwa and gleaned these
beautiful flowers from her garden.


Princess lilies glowing in the grass . . . .


A daisy bush and pelargoniums . . . but what a show!



As we grow older, so do the things around us. Nothing on this
earth is permanent.

Thanks to Luiz Santilli Jr. for this meme, do click on the Logo
and enjoy all the beauty around the world.

18 comments:

  1. Your flowers are always a pleasant and welcoming surprise especially on "Poppy day"as I call Remembrance Day, which is a sad and bleak day.

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  2. Bright, glowing colours gladden the heart of the onlooker.

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  3. Lovely photos - thanks for posting
    JJ

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  4. Beautiful Arija. Thanks for sharing (thanks to your friend too!) Have a wonderful week. (((hugs))) Jo

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  5. like flowers...they're here today and gone tomorrow. these are delightful!

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  6. like flowers...they're here today and gone tomorrow. these are delightful!

    http://savorthebite.blogspot.com/

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  7. Lovely to see such flowers as we go gently into winter here in the UK

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  8. Spring beautiful spring! Your friend has a lovely garden. :)

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  9. Lovely flowers and such beautiful colors and a sight to always bring pleasure and a smile! Hope you have a wonderful week, Arija!

    Sylvia

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  10. The flowers are all so beautiful and especially nice seeing them as it turns colder here.

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  11. Indeed beautiful, thanks for sharing!

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  12. Yes nothing is permanent. But TF will preserve all the flowers we shared!

    Your neighbor's flowers really put up a show! Did you applaud? ;-)

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  13. They all look beautiful. First one looks delicate.

    Paz

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  14. what a gorgeous place if it is home to such beauty!

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  15. So true, so we all need to enjoy as much around us as possible while we're here. Love seeing the flowers.

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