Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Wordless Wednesday





xoxo
dar

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27 comments:

♥ Braja said...

Go Michael!!!!!

Tabitha@ichoosebliss.net said...

Your photos are always so lovely.

darsden said...

Braja-Yes ma'am, and of course first...bothya


Tabitha-thank you honey :-)

An Open Heart said...

AAaaaahhhhhhhh they are soooo lovely....the hot biscuts!

watch your mailbox....... ;o)
S

Mango Girl said...

I love Hibiscus...! We a quadruple braided tree in front; yup 4 different varieties in one tree... LOVE THIS!

xo, Mango

Michel said...

Which one did you name Joe for me?

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Lovely flowers Darden, I like all of them makes me feel MĂșch better, here its almost autumn...

Greetings JoAnn Holland

Twisted Fencepost said...

I just love that big orange flower!!!

Brian Miller said...

lovely pics. the first one is like a drop of golden sun!

Maggie said...

The yellow flowers are beautiful.

darsden said...

An open heart-thank you and OOOOH I am so excited I love mail.. :-))


Mango Girl-thank you, need to take a picture of yours so I can see it please!

Michel-honey name any one you want except for Braja's Michael..and Pastor Sharon's Rose pink one...uhmmm I am guessing the Yellow one Joe mama ;-)

JoAnn's-D-Eyes-thank you very much, good to see you and I am wishing for fall too. Take pictures :-)

Twisted Fencepost-yes, your favorite color and that one is always blooming!

Brian Miller-thank you very much and yes it does!

Maggie-thank you and dual at that, thought it was pretty cool myself!

otin said...

Dar, You truly are the Queen of Flowers!!!!!!

darsden said...

Otin-thank you and where is your flower order ;-)

Beth said...

Gorgeous! Your flowers seem so happy.

blueviolet said...

You have all that is heavenly right on your property! Gorgeous!

darsden said...

Beth-thank you the yellow ones do look really happy don't they

blue violet-thank you I am truly blessed to live in a wonderful place! Family, Flowers, Critters and God's Grace, truly blessed!

Susan said...

Beautimous as always. What are those white ones called???

darsden said...

Susan-thank you they are hidden lilly's or real names gingers.. I call them pineapple lilly's because they look like pineapples to me :-)

Pastor Sharon said...

Lovely flowers! Michael and Marcel and all of 'em.
Thank you for the walk through the flowers!

darsden said...

Pastor Sharon-thank you and you are welcome to come for a walk anytime :-)

gin said...

Those flowers are lovely, so colorful. Are they pics from your yard? Thanks for signing up to me as a follower. I'm your follower now, too!!!
So sorry about the tragedy you experienced during Katrina. We still meet people who were affected by Katrina after these 4 years. Best to you and yours.

darsden said...

gin- thank you very much and yes ma'am they are from my yard. Yes, Katrina, did an number on the coast and it will be years before we really recover if we really actually recover from it in full...I really appreciate you signing up on the side bar over there. Com'on back anytime and visit have some ice tea. :-)

Margo said...

these are beautiful! usually I've killed everything in my garden by now. It must be nice to see such vibrancy after enduring Katrina. I love the first one especially - the colors and the shadows :)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Dar: I do love flower close-ups.

darsden said...

Margo-thank you very much. Slowly but surely we are coming back strong!

Fishing Guy-thank you very much

Smart Mouth Broad said...

Did I see a hot biscuit in there?

darsden said...

Smart Mouth Broad-did you see them or smell them :-)