Monday, December 3, 2018

December (already!) garden

The first of December came with the thermometer in the high twenties and an afternoon thunderstorm, with loads of rain. 

It was a slow weekend, one I absolutely needed and have been longing for.

Two weeks of the school term left for this year, and six wonderful weeks of sleeping in! Yay! 

Lots of colour in the garden, along with all sorts of bug life. I unknowingly captured a couple mini beasts, that I didn't see until I edited these photos. Also one human mini beast who protested about me shooting in her direction.

I love the changing seasons in the garden, always something to enjoy.
























12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous flowers - very uplifting!

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  2. How joyful these photos are. I miss having lots of flowers around as we did in our last place. I loved you sharing the close-ups...and yay for late mornings starting soon. Every teacher, parent and kid in Australia is looking forward to that too. Denyse x

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  3. Lovely flowers and beautiful human mini beast!

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  4. Hasn't the weather been strange lately? I love your flower pics, the fuschia ones are my fave!

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  5. Such a beautiful garden. I'm looking forward to the sleep ins, too. Not long now!

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  6. Alicia, those flowers are way prettier than all of my snow! I am already tired of the snow and rain and I have about 6 more months of it ahead of me!

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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  7. I can tell you live in a warmer climate. Our flowers have bit the dust. ALthough I didn't know you could grow a tire swing and little girl like that...LOL
    XOXO
    Jodie
    www.jtouchofstyle.com

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  8. Stunning photos - some of the detail you've captured here is extraordinary!

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  9. I love your photos and these are no different! The flowers are exquisite!

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  10. Again, lovely! Your shots are the best! Thank you for linking up this week for #lifethisweek Next week's optional prompt is the photo-based "Share Your Snaps." Denyse

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