9/06/2005

AWW! Summer is leaving SOON!

I can't believe summer is almost over and I don't know how it snuck by so fast. I have been experimenting with my digital camera over the last year and got some good shots of the lovely flowers in my yard and around the little pond in my back yard. You will notice the little birdies and the variety of sweet fairys that have inhabited and enjoyed my gardens too. We can look at these and dream, when the snow is flying and making us miserable.














6 comments:

wendy said...

nice shots of your garden mom see pictures so nicly.

caroline said...

great pics mom! You have always had a green thumb and the talent to coordinate a beautiful garden!

Faira said...

I too will miss the summer as it is leaving us!!
You visited my Blog site ... DaffodilsAndDragons.blogspot.com
And you told me you also like to take pictures like I do, so I had to come and see! What kind of digital camera did you choose? I ended up getting the Kodak Easyshare and I have had it a little over a year now and I sure like it.
You have lovely Pictures and a beautiful garden, Thank you for sharing and I will visit again soon, Faira

gammamoma said...

Faira, yes, I have a Kodak Easyshare also, it's a 6 meg camera, and I love it to death. I've had mine for 2 years, and still in wonder about the beautiful pics it takes.

Mallard said...

Nice pics. You have a lovely garden :)

Faira said...

That is great, another EasyShare user! I love mine too. Mine, I think is only a 4 mega pixel, it is the DX6400. But it still takes great pictures and the main thing that sold me on it was it is so easy to use.
I have lots of photo programs so that I may add or subtract things from my pictures, change the size and lighting and create photo masterpieces, ha, ha! The picture of myself on my site, is a piture of me that I took to Paint Shop pro 8 to make it into a water color and then I took it to Photo Explotion for the butterflies.
I am glad you like the kittens (they are not mine though)and I didn't take the picture.
But they bring back memories for me too; my father always teased me that when I was a little girl, we had to move to our new house in the middle of the night because he didn't want our new neighbors to know how many cats and kittens we had because I was always taking in the homeless. I still don't know if we really DID ... move in the middle of the night, that is, ha, ha!Today, I try to keep my number of homless that I adopt to three at a time and find homes for the others. I have, "MyKia", who was dumped at 4 weeks old. Then "Akasha" dumped I think also very young, although I found her much later than that in a muddy briary ditch along a road where she and her litter mates barely survived. She was in an awful condition when she was found. And then "Braille", blind, alone starved, and afraid. I didn't know if he would make it. But he now lives for his can of tuna fish a day!