Sunday, July 3, 2011

I Heart Gardens

Once again, following the awesome Lori Plyler over at Studio Waterstone 
for I Heart Macro today!  Please join us, it's tons of fun!

Since I haven't done a "What my garden looks like" post yet this year...wait, have I?  ::running to check::  ...Phew, okay, no, I haven't...  I now present, for I Heart Macro, my garden.  Macro'ed!

I so love Hydrangea!

a weathered weathervane
one of my garden accessories

And yet more hydrangea. 
My husband says I have to many. 
Can you have to many hydrangea?

One of my daylilies
unfortunately, I don't remember the name of it!
cuz I'd get more...*love* this variety!


One of my many roses
another thing Husband says I have too many of!
nahhhh, not possible!

because every garden must have one!

Another daylily

Old Dog Nose
(and yep, she's *in* the garden.
hiding out from the kids)

So, there's my garden, macro'ed!  I'll show you more, at some point, I'm sure ;)  And vacation pictures....many more vacation pictures.  I did tell you that I took 600 photos on vacation, right?  On a three day vacation?  Yep, sure did....  Oh, and I'll be doing a cool eye candy post this coming week - all of the giveaways I won have arrived, plus I ordered some more goodies, and of course I want to show them off!

And don't forget to join us over at I Heart Macro for some more awesome pictures!  Lori's awesome...but you knew that, right?

studio waterstone


My Life Under the Bus said...

OMG That first shot is the best - I love when they go through all the colors on one plant - so gorgeous!!!

Mellisa said...

Awwww, graying pupper nose :)

Anonymous said...

beautiful colors!

Annette said...

WOW! The first hydrangea shot is stunning, but they're all beautiful. My Annie dog won't let me get close enough to get a shot like that. She always want to stick her nose in the lens!

Anonymous said...

All of the shots are beautiful, but the hydrangeas are gorgeous! They look like little paper flowers! Beautiful!

CraftyHope said...

Those hydrangeas and the weather vane are my favorites here. Of course, all your shots are great. But there's just something special about those three. :D

Patty said...

Your garden looks like a place I'd like to spend time in. And the answer is "no", you can never have too many hydrangeas.

Val said...

Wow! Love the hydrangeas, but those lillies. Such glorious blending colours - gorgeous macro shots. Look forward to the next ones!

Pretty Things said...

Absolutely adore hydrangeas -- they were the main flower in my wedding bouquet!

Kym Hunter Designs said...

The hydrangeas are so pretty! What a wonderful array of color.

For My Sweet Daughter said...

Wow I love these pictures just beautiful. I can almost smell the flowers.

Tracey N. said...

Stunning! I am speechless (but my typing fingers still work) Love the old gray nose, I have one of those here too. Makes me sad.... I adore your work. I will have to come back when I have more time to look at your others art forms.

Copper Diem said...

love your photos! really beautiful!

kim said...

I am in hydrangea envy! What a shot.... and the lily. Beautiful pictures....grey noses are so special.

Kristi Bowman said...

I heart Gardens too, and flowers and hydrangeas and roses and gargoyles. It would be so easy, especialyl this time of year to do macro flower shots every single week. I love them and try to challenge myself every now and then to do something other than flowers lol. BEAUTIFUL!!!

Lori @ Studio Waterstone said...

Great pics! I have never successfully grown hydrangeas and they're one of my favorites. Such beautiful color!

Erin Fickert-Rowland said...

Whoah! That coral rose is a knockout- all the pics are really amazing, Holly!


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