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Started out foggy this morning

Postby earwig » May 25, 2009 10:41 am

So of course I had to get a photo or 30, but I will just show my favourite 4.

I see in preview someone must have been tinkering with photo attachments as a band appears around the photo and I have not changed my sizes from previous postings.

Click once and band disappears and picture becomes full sixe, maybe they are trying to keep photos smaller as they don't seem to enlarge now.

Top of Grass Bern, hard to believe in a month or so the grasses will be waving in the breeze here.
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Tulips, Toadstools & Iris
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Ground Phlox and Lary's Mantle
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He does think it is his garden, he supervises everything I do. Little does he know, it is the other way around, I value the birds in my garden. He is waiting for me to stop taking pictures and give him his morning brushing.
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Re: Started out foggy this morning

Postby Eeyore » May 25, 2009 10:53 am

Nice photos Betty. You have such a lovely garden!
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Re: Started out foggy this morning

Postby Sharon Bryson » May 25, 2009 1:46 pm

Beautiful shots Betty. Your morning fogs seem quite prevalent! My morning fogs are not nearly as photogenic.
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