Well, this is not a very pretty or dreamy photo, but it certainly makes the point. If I come up with a better one this week, I’ll be sure to post. But for now, don’t you just love the cone flowers, daisies and lazy susans? And what about those new peonies in the back there? The azaleas near the deck are just lovely, wouldn’t you agree? And the fragrance of that russian sage near the bird feeder is absolutely heavenly! 🙂
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20 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreaming”
Ahhhh… I can smell them now . . . and the lavender, too. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by GC. Hope you have a fantastic day.
Thanks, but I’ll be going to work 🙂
I also see some lovely morning glories creeping up the freshly painted fence! Delightful!
Yes, the morning glories are beautiful. My grandmother use to grow them outside her back door and I loved them. There will definitely be morning glories! LOTS of them. 🙂
At least the fence doesn’t need painting … yet.
I plan on having so much natural wildflowers and grasses that noone will even notice the fence!!!! 😉
The garden is a great place to dream. You already have sunshine and fresh air 🙂
Yes, and I enjoy being outside and digging in the dirt and ‘naturalizing’ a lawn. The drought is not helping but I’m doing my best. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
Excellent interpretation, hopefully your dream will come true so that you’ll have a lovely garden
Check back next year this time to see how much progress I have made! I’m enjoying the digging but it’s not looking so great this year…to be expected. Next year will tell. 🙂
I personally like those roses. And the butterflies… How did you get that many? 🙂
Yes, I’m glad you like the roses. And so happy you noticed the butterflies! The butterfly bush is one of my favs. 😉
I love your take on the theme!
Thanks Naomi. I’ve already started digging and planting and have the beginnings of a butterfly and humingbird garden! 🙂
Thanks for the pingback, MargeKatherine. Much appreciated. 🙂
That sounds like a nice enough dream to even encourage some shovel operating, Ms. F! 🙂
LOTS of shovel operating! Soo much fun, too. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by, SIG. Always appreciated. Have a great weekend.