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Monday, September 4, 2017

Summer's Last Smile

The last of the Summer flowers are giving us one final show.
The temperatures fell into the fifties last night.
Sweater-grabbing crisp air, the likes of which has not been seen since early Spring.
We're enjoying a day of quiet time , wishing you the same, on this last long holiday of summer.



 
 


 



 

 

14 comments:

Lea said...

Beautiful!
Have a wonderful week!

Henny Penny said...

Your yard and flowers look as pretty and fresh as they do in spring. I really hate to see the flowers go, but then fall and the colored leaves are beautiful too.

Rain said...

Your flowers are very pretty! I love the little bunnies :)) Hope you have a relaxing day!

Louca por porcelana said...

Wonderful flowers!

Janneke said...

Beautiful late summer flowes. I'm really in love with the wonderful blue Ipomoea.

Kathy said...

Beautiful pictures as always. I love your garden. Its a little sad to see all the summer beauty fade as autumn and winter come.

Janet @ My Miniature Donkeys said...

What is that glorious blue flower toward the top? A morning glory??

local alien said...

As usual, gorgeous photos of your flowers. Most enjoyable.

rebecca said...

You always select the most charming and descriptive quotations to accompany your incredible photos! I always feel richer when I leave your posts ♥ (This one was no exception...)

Pam Jackson said...

Yes, it is coming to an end and I am glad. I love fall and summer is not really my friend! Great pics.

Annie said...

The white roses look like ballerina tutus.

Andrea said...

To everything a season... and your flowers certainly believe their season is autumn too! :-) How beautiful!!

Susie said...

Jo, Your gardens did very well this year, giving you many beautiful flowers. I love all your views. It's like autumn here the past two days. In the 40's this morning. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

L. D. said...

You have tremendous shots here of wonderful things. Living in the south gives you an advantage to have rich color and healthy plants.