Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
The wild flowers are my favorites. Usually they are not bothered by insects and require almost no extra care.I have mine up at Canon Pixels. I hope you can see it if you have the time.
Hi, DarlaA series of take your breath, good work and congratulations on beautiful post. I thank you for sharing.hugs, Denise
Darla: You still have a lot of blooms in your yard. That was a great series.
Beautiful shots! I have an azalea that blooms at different times. It's called an Encore Azalea.
They are all so beautiful !! This is quite a collection!
Very nice series of photos. Yes, it is a bit unusual to have some of these blooming in September. You are fortunate.
Lovely photos, all! Lovely flowers.Paz
Your flowers are all so pretty! I especially love the white Jasmine. Great photos.
Great series of lovely flowers!Santilli
You have a lot to enjoy in your garden. Nice shots.
Such beautiful flowers! Great blooms in your yard:)My first time to join with this Meme! I hope you can drop by! Mine is here. Happy TF!~
Wow, I've never seen azaleas blooming in the fall! Very cool! I might have to check out that encore azalea Dot mentioned. Reblooming azaleas are new to me, and would probably be welcomed by one of my clients whose garden is being transformed into a Japanese-inspired garden.
The Jasmine Vine is pretty, bet it is gorgeous when in full bloom. I mentioned earlier my Encore azalea is in full bloom. Now one of my regular ones is starting to bloom. The bad part about these blooming is they are taking the buds that should bloom in the spring. Then we won't have any. Nature....who can control it?
For the first day of Fall, you still have a lot of flowers blooming! Great shots!
It's nice that you still have flowers and could take such great shots. :-)
Very lovely flowers. I especially like your Jasmine Vine and Azalea. Wonderful photos!
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