Through My Eyes 360
360 as in 360* (360 degrees) because I want to share from every angle.

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

In My Garden Today - Pink

"I like pink. Pink is my signature color." -Shelby/Steel Magnolias (movie)
It's mine too.
Geranium, 'Presto Pink + Eye'
Fuchsia hybrid 'Electric Lights' in foreground, Bleeding Heart in background.
(I didn't realize this was so blurry. Apologies!)

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Sunday Scenes

Love at first sight today with this purple-pink Victorian!

Because of the bright Spring sun, this photo doesn't do this magnificent home justice!

Much better from this angle!

"Rose Cottage"
A home that's for sale we would *love* to buy...

Yes, another 'Bleeding Heart' photo, from my garden this morning!
What did your Sunday look like?

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Good Morning

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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

My thoughts and prayers...

Are with the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, their families & friends around the World, the city of Boston and our Country.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Roller Coaster Weather

23 degrees Friday night.

86 degrees Tuesday.

Chilly on-shore wind kept temps down in the 60s yesterday and then the clouds started rolling in after dinner. Everything got dark. The wind clattered the wind chimes together and tangled their strings.

Layers of dark grey/black clouds marched towards us, then overhead and out to sea. Swirling, spinning, gathering, pulling apart and coming back. The sky was mesmerizing. The lightning was frighteningly incredible. Blinding white, pink and purple. At times it looked liked fireworks raining down. (I'd never seen that before). Half of the town lost power. (We didn't thankfully). It *poured* again and again. It would get suddenly quiet and I thought we were all done and it would start right back up again. All night and into the hours just before dawn. Exciting and terrifying (for a storm wuss like myself). With red flag (fire) warnings every other day, we needed the rain.

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