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Monday, April 27, 2009

That's My World - My wild and crazy garden

I am feeling very uninspired so I decided for this week's My World post, I would step into my back garden today and shoot a section that is blooming wildly. There used to be a path in the portion I photographed, but at this point I have to crawl under rose boughs that have gone crazy. There is almost no space left between the roses and the ornamental bushes. If I ever disappear I've probably been eaten up by my riotous garden.

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SandyCarlson said...

I'm in! That's a beautiful world all by itself!

Sylvia K said...

That is a beautiful world in itself! Lovely photo, but, Carver! don't let it eat you! We'd miss you AND your world! Have a great week!

fishing guy said...

Carver: what a lot of blooming in your garden.

Barb said...

There is nothing like a wild and gloriously growing cottage garden! Yours is wonderful.

kayleen said...

Looks like those plants are thriving and blooming very nicely!

Nebraska Birding

Mary Elizabeth said...

Beautiful world welcoming spring.
Mary Elizabeth @ Now and Then

Cezar and Léia said...

Lucky Carven, you have a fantastic garden!Not crazy but really beautiful! I loved it!

Guy D said...

I love those colors Carver, great photo.

Have a great week.
Regina In Pictures

aguthrieimages said...

Your garden is wild but it has lots of color. I'll bet it smells good too! I hope your inspiration returns soon.
mine is here

Indrani said...

Looks like wild growth! But fragrant definitely. :)


That must be the perfect place to get your inspitation back! A beautiful garden doesn't have to be organized - this is simply wonderful!

Thanks a lot for visiting! :)

Mar said...

I love your wild and crazy garden!! that's Nature at its best!
(feeling uninspired myself...must be the weather...)

W. Latane Barton said...

If you are missing from your blog for awhile we'll come looking for you in your garden. Great photo

Erin said...

things are going great in your garden...some times i think the untamed looking gardens are the most interesting...
i have still not tended to my herb garden ^..^

Mojo said...

Feed me Seymour! (My first thought when you mentioned being eaten by your garden.)

But if you gotta go, that would be the way to do it. What a creation!

Janie said...

I love your riotous and wild blooming plants. Lovely.
Interesting story about your falcon-in-the-store experience!

maryt/theteach said...

Love your garden, Carver! Is that a greenhouse back there? :)

mommanator said...

I love this type of garden, reminds me of mom and England


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