Thursday, July 14, 2016

After Mid-day.

Bloom Day 2016.
It's been a while since I've posted as social media seems to take all the spare time these days. I'm somewhat nostalgic writing this blog post as writing them used to consume quite a bit of spare time, nevertheless I always enjoyed completing a post and interacting with other bloggers.
As always the 15th of the month means Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, a meme created by Carol at May Dream Gardens where fellow gardeners display their blooms every month.
Also I have a question, what photo editing software are any of you using as Picasa is gone? I wasn't able to edit any of these photos.
Echinacea purperea
It was nice to see a few Monarch butterflies and bees as I was out taking shots this late afternoon.
Eutochium maculatum - Gateway Joe Pye Weed
A few wide angle shots.
Above looking west from middle of property front entrance.
Rudebeckia, Echinacea, and Miscanthus 'Morning Light" entrance garden.
Looking East from the driveway. Amsonia , Etrochium, Baptisia, and Panicum Dallas Blues.
This would be a short list of things blooming today but I must move on. So happy bloom day.











9 comments:

  1. Thanks for taking the time to post your blog. I always enjoy seeing the pic's of what's going on in your garden.

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  2. One of those most beautiful gardens I have seen in some time!

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  3. Hi Greggo! I've been neglecting my blog, too. I decided I better change the header and background, since I hadn't done so since March or April. I hope to do a Wildflower Wednesday post next week.

    I enjoyed your beautiful photos. I edit mine before posting them, so don't know how it was done in Picaso.

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  4. I've been slow to post on my blog, too. There are just so many ways you can show the same things.
    I'm glad you posted on yours. Your garden is lovely.

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  5. Beautiful images--I can't believe they aren't edited. Gorgeous! Your hellstrip is looking amazing. Yay! Monarchs! To answer your question about the photo editing tools, most of the time I use PicMonkey. I like it because I don't have to download software to edit photos. I was traveling quite a bit in June and July, hence the tardiness of my comment. Great post!

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  6. What need to edit photos when you take photos like these? Beautiful.

    Photoshop Elements for moi.

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