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Friday, June 24, 2011

I stepped out of the door early this morning



I wanted to see my Daises in the Morning Light




On the way I noticed my yellow Iris blooming




Birds were protesting loudly at the front of the house





She is supposed to be in the barn not perched on top of my upstairs window





Another hop and she would be inside our  bedroom




She sat there, waiting for the sun to reach her, not paying any attention to the outraged birds





Oh yes, the Daisies





And Verbascum on the way





I must go back inside...there is work to be done

Have a great weekend, my dear Blogging Friends

Gina




18 comments:

  1. What fantastic shots, I never see them in the sunshine to capture. Your home, garden and pictures are magical...

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  2. Gina, you are so unbelievably talented. The shots of the owl. Oh, your Tuscan villa, wow, the flowers are like the icing upon fluffy icing on the cake! xo,

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  3. I actually gasped when I saw the first shot of the owl - how magnificent, and how lucky you are to have owls in your barn. Your gardens and surroundings seem magical in every season.

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  4. Wow, another day in Gina and Gene's paradise. How magnificent every single thing is!! xo

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  5. I'm with Karen, just gasped! So beautiful and you were very lucky to 'catch' her with your camera!
    Stunning!
    Und eine wunderschoene Margeritenwiese, everything looks so fresh and..spring-summer-sunshine, just simply good!

    Lieben Gruss und wuensche Dir und Gene ein schoenes Wochenende mit einem hervorragenden Sonntagsfruehstueck mit selbstgemachter Marmelade!
    Karin

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  6. WOW! SHE is beautiful! I love Owls. Love your daisies, too! Thanks for getting my day started with a WOW! Have a wonderful week!

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  7. Hi Gina, Your house and flowers are just gorgeous, but the most glorious thing is the owl sitting on your window!! And she stayed for your camera! So glorious! I think your ceramics are also beautiful and I am following you now so I can explore more! Linda

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  8. Picturesque beyond imagining.
    And with an owl, to boot!

    I believe where you live is called Paradise, Utah, is it not?

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  9. Hi Gina...

    First of all, my friend...your photos are fabulous! Ohhh...your home looks gorgeous with all the beautiful flowers in bloom! Hehe...I had to take a second look when I first saw the owl! That is sooo funny! Ohhh...you are right...he was very close to going inside! Hehe!

    Mmmm...your homemade jam looks yummy! Love the pretty labels that you made for the jars! What a talented artist you are, my friend!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari

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  10. Fabulous photos; posting lovely as ever. Have a great week. Patty

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  11. Oh I like your Owl, I found you on Lalas blog, I live quite near to her here in Granada. As you can see I am quite obsessed with birds at the moment so your Owl was just what I wanted to see.

    Kitty

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  12. Hi Kitty, Thanks for stopping by. Isn't Lala a very talented young woman! No wonder you are friends...your ceramics are very original and very special. I have become your newest follower.

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  13. Dear, sweet Ladies, Splenderosa, Blue Moon, Barbara, Karen, Georgianna, Karin, RC, Happy, Snap, Linda, Ann, Chari and Pennies, how wonderful it was to read all of your wonderful and encouraging comments. Your comments mean so much and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
    Wishing you all a great week.
    Gina

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  14. So neat! Love that owl. Thanks for being a part of Seasonal Sundays. Sorry to be so late in visiting, but I've been away.

    - The Tablescaper

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  15. Wow, Gina - where in the world do you live? It's utterly beautiful! And a big old owl on my window would given me the heeby-geebies! lol! We make our own salsa from our organic veggie garden, so I konw the work that goes in to canning and freezing. But so worth it, isn't it? :)

    xoxo laurie

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