Friday, July 31, 2009

A Walk In The Woods...

Newly painted green posts

"See Rock City" Birdhouse

Large birdhouse

Wild flowers

The bluebirds "home of choice"

Squash bloom

Tree liken
Purple Passion-flower vine

New bluebird box

Old ladder supporting Clematis vine.


Anonymous said...

Amazing pictures - The first one with the open gate just invites you in to see the rest. Fab!

Sunny said...

Love all the birdhouses. What a peaceful setting.
Sunny :)

Stella Jones said...

I absolutely love the Rock City Bluebird nestbox. No wonder they like it too. It's so much a des-res.
Blessings, Star

Patsy said...

It looks so cool and inviting. Have a happy day.

Kay said...

Your blog is really pretty. I love your photos. I want to follow your blog, but I don't see anywhere to sign up to follow it.


Kay said...

Oh Wait! I see the follower's list now and I have signed up to follow.


That Ridiculous Girl said...

Wowwww... this makes me want to hop on a plane and go for a walk RIGHT NOW! SO GORGEOUS!
-That Ridiculous Girl

DJan said...

(sigh) How can pictures be so soothing? And how can one person be so discerning to FIND them?? Thanks.

Kay said...

I'm so glad I found your blog and that you are also now following my KaysWay blog. Did you also notice that I have a photoblog? Hope you will check it out too.


Deanna said...

Such nice pics! They're the best.
Have a blessed week-end,

2 Dogs said...

Looking at your potting shed on your previous post. That would be great to have. A place to put all your goodies.

I've had a rough week. My next appointment with the GYN I'm going to ask about having a hysterectomy. Don't think I can take much more of this.

Hope you have a good weekend. Hugs

DeniseinVA said...

A lovely walk Jo, wonderful photos. Have a great weekend.

donna baker said...

Great idea to use a ladder for the clematis to climb. Did your mother robin ever return to her nest?

Betsy Banks Adams said...

What a wonderful walk in the woods, Jo. I especially love the birdhouses. Hope you get some Bluebirds...


The Retired One said...

All wonderful subjects for great shots!
Loved these!