Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
I love the photo of the blue flower,such a deep blue.The mist and fog has set in here,so I have not taken many photographs recently,hoping for some sunshine in October.Carolyn.
Gorgeous views! The garden's still holding on to summer's green finery. Autumn with its paintbrush laden with reds and golds will arrive soon enough!Your garden and the trees beyond the gate make me feel nostalgic for my old home in the USA. Coincidentally, my post is also about views from my windows, albeit much more of a very urban garden.Love the music, thank you! :-)
Gorgeous, gorgeous post...what a wonderful view you have. Thankyou!
I really like the views from your window. Autumn is truly a wonderful season of the year.
Wonderful photos. Have a good day !
Wow, the turkey visitors that you have! Really pretty pictures. Have a good day!
Lovely pictures, as usual. I always feel so calm after coming to your place. :-)
I see wild turkeys like that as i travel across Kansas into Missouri. Your photos are so lovely!
Lovely, lovely, lovely!
and you will know the wind directions all the time !
I love all the photos,but the silhouetteof the wind mill is my favorite.
They're all lovely! I love seeing the wild turkeys feeding.
Girl, I just adore your views!!!God bless and have yourself a terrific Thursday sweetie!!! :o)
I love them all especially the blue flower.. Hope you have a great weekend..Susie
Yes, surely but certainly, we put the garden to bed. Today we have very hot temperatures in England, but I was determined to life the geraniums and put them snugly in their pots for the winter. Trouble is, with Dylan's things filling the back room, I now have nowhere for the geraniums to go!Love your pictures today.
You have wild turkeys down there too. Your photos are wonderful and the rains did give you some great green colors.
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