Saturday, July 31, 2010

Garden at Evening

Twilight - such a soft and pretty time.  I didn't edit these so that you can enjoy the evening stroll, too.  Diane


Betsy from Tennessee said...

Loved that stroll, Diane.... If I sit on that bench, will you bring me some lemonade?????? Beautiful twilight pictures.... Hope you can sit out there in the evenings and enjoy the beauty.

The French Bear said...

Oh Diane, this is just gorgeous, so peaceful and so many beautiful flowers...... does the phlox smell? I remember something similar in the shop that smelled so good......funny, I can't remember what it was, oh maybe stocks? Your lily is is that it is white, of course!
How long did it take to get this far? I am really ashamed to say I have not done a thing about the garden, except throw some perennials in once in awhile......I am waiting until work isn't my whole life...and the fact that I can't be in the sun....
I am paying the price for going to Cuba, my blood is out of whack and my feet are huge....I am just trying to rest when I can, but it is soooo hot!
Love your garden, makes me wish I had a little corner like that!!!
Margaret B

Laurie said...

Twilight has always been my favorite part of the day Diane, it's like the world takes on a different aura. The birds change their song, the crickets and frogs start singing, the scents even change. It's the most peaceful time of the day for me, and when the mosquitoes will let me, I'm out on my garden swing just taking it all in. Enjoy your twilight too Diane!

Pondside said...

So peaceful - is there a scent in your garden in the evening?

Jane said...

I love twilight pictures - great time of the evening.


Ruth's Photo Blog said...

This was a lovely walk through the evening garden.
I would have never thought of taking pictures at that time,but I so love the results.Thanks for giving me some new ideas.

Anonymous said...

:) So beautiful, Diane! I was noticing how wonderful everything looked in this same light the other night!
Thank you for this wonderful stroll!

Heidi said...

I love it very romantic I hope your man strolled with you...

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When you click on the pic of the stars in my sidebar, it takes you to the post I wrote about them. The photographer's name is Ingo Berg. Thanks for asking!