Thursday, July 28, 2011

July Flowers

In spite of the high temperatures this summer, the flowers are just as beautiful as ever. I've taken so many photographs of flowers this summer ~ some are on my computer ~ some are on memory cards ~ some I've printed. This post is just some of them. How wonderful to have photos to look back on when the beauty is gone.































9 comments:

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Your flowers are AMAZING! I am still surprised at the phlox and other things that are blooming, though FAST.
Sat on the porch this afternoon in the breeze and the scent from the flowers was wonderful. (before it got HOT!)
We are fortunate to still have so much in bloom, despite the bake-oven weather.
And butterflies~~I've had butterflies return!

XXOO~~
Anne......missing marigolds.....

vicki said...

Hi Audrey - your flowers are beautiful! It has been tough here to keep our flowers going - in the 90's every day!

Please check my recent blog post - Miss Maddy girl has a surprise for you!

Vicki

Amalia K said...

Audrey dear, how are you? Oh, I love coming here to be greeted by these marvelous flowers! Looks like they're been smiling at you too... oxx

Jan said...

these flowers are all so lovely, just like you. It is no wonder that they are doing well because I know you take care of them like they were all your best friends. Wow, simply beautiful and such variety. Thanks for sharing.

Rick said...

i never get tired of your flowers audrey. you make my love of nature come alive. thank you
rick

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Yummy yummy...would love to see your whole yard! xox Corrine

Marion said...

Wonderful photos, lady! I went nuts in early Spring and filled an entire card (500 photos) of flowers. LOL! Here in Louisiana only the strong are left due to the extreme heat. But my herbs are thriving in this tropical paradise.

Blessings,
Marion

"Earth laughs in flowers." ~Emerson

Marlene said...

So beautiful, your floral photos are always amazing. It has been cold and wet here and our flowers have not fair quite as well.

Conny's Cottage said...

great flowers