Thursday, February 12, 2009





19 comments:

kvinta said...

Oh dear! Do I long for summer now... or just spring. Here in Denmark it is winter - spring in all its glory will be 2 months from now...

So thank you for sharing your lovely photos! They are absolutely brilliant!!

crafty things said...

Great colours in those shots. Love the pink!

nicolette said...

Good to see some florishing Australian beauty! Days are getting longer overhere and I can’t wait for to discover some flowers in my little city garden!

Moogsmum said...

Beautiful flowers Annie :-)

xxx

rachelmp said...

Just beautiful Annie

Stephanie said...

I know many could use a bright spot in their day and you're flowers did just that, I'm sure.

bennie and patsy said...

Your flowers gladden the heart and brings joy to the eye.
Patsy

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

gorgeous Annie!

Muddling Through said...

Thank you, Annie, for those beautiful flower photos! I needed a touch of loveliness today.

Alison Gibbs said...

Beautiful flowers Annie. Can't wait to start cutting back and repairing my garden after this terrible last few weeks we have had. Not sure how much will survive.
Compared to all those lost in the fires 'Our Gardens' are so insignificant.
Alison

our shabby cottage said...

Beautiful shots Annie!

Jodie said...

Annie, I don't think I could find anything to photograph in the garden this week. Yours is testament to the work you put into it!

Leanne said...

The camellia is just beautiful. My garden is burnt to a crisp.

Guðrún said...

Beautiful as usual.

Suzie said...

Beautiful flowers! Here we have to wait a couple of months and then I hope to see the first signs of green.

Jenny said...

Thanks Annie for sharing your beautiful flowers-I too am so looking forward to the autumn and some cool and maybe even some rain one day!! I have had a bit of a break from blogging but am back on track now-have a great week

Catherine said...

Beautiful flowers! Cathyx

tcalamity said...

what beautiful flowers. My thoughts are with Australia at the moment.
xxx
t
(uk)

Anonymous said...

Quelles jolies fleurs et quel joli blog !
Bonjour de France !