In and out of my garden today

I was in and out of the garden today, making photos as I went.

Saturday morning reading 'Out of the Shadows' under one of the quilts I've made

Saturday morning reading ‘Out of the Shadows’ under one of the quilts I’ve made

morning coffee and the British Photography magazine: "Black and White photography"

morning coffee and the British Photography magazine: “Black and White photography”

I planted two new roses, cut back the lilacs, cut a bouquet of peonies for my table and said ‘good bye’ to our neighbors across from us. Oh and I also spread new bark mulch…phew, tired.

the new rose I planted today

the new rose I planted today

my 'free' miniature rose

my ‘free’ miniature rose

peonies: my favorite flower

peonies: my favorite flower

a little lime

a little lime

Poppy ready to bloom

Poppy ready to bloom

rhodies: love and hate relationship

rhodies: love and hate relationship

Siberian Iris in bloom

Siberian Iris in bloom

pots of succulents

pots of succulents

bouquets on the porch

bouquets on the porch

my neighbors moved today: sad

my neighbors moved today: sad

Time to go in:

peonies in the dining room with my just arrived book "Obscura"

peonies in the dining room with my just arrived book “Obscura”

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About gretchen

I love living in the Pacific Northwest being close to the mountains and the ocean. My hobbies include photography, travel, reading, biking, walking and gardening. I am an Anglophile at heart and try to visit the UK often. My camera goes everywhere with me.
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