I'm a free spirited aging hippie
who loves talking to flowers, chasing rainbows
and photographing all the beauty that surrounds us
Thanks for taking a peek into my little world
Laura

Friday, August 23

Tigers

Happy Friday!
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14 comments:

Mersad said...

Lovely. The soft look really is special

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Mel said...

Adventures are good, surprise gardens are good, chipmunks are awesome and Woooohoooo for vacations!! The whole two blocks!! That's impressive. ;-)

I love the wild lily.

Snap said...

Love the tiger lily. Hidden gardens ... made for exploring and picture taking -- yippee! I giggled about lunch and the chipmunk. I had a similar thing happen to me on my last visit to the Japanese garden. A squirrel followed me around and climbed into my back pack! I didn't have any food with me and will have to remember to take some peanuts with me on my next visit. I wouldn't be happy if I couldn't get to my favorite antique store. ;) Fun 5.

rayfamily said...

Gorgeous photo!

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

Sounds like you're having some adventures! A secret garden sounds exciting. The tiger lily is absolutely beautiful!

What Karen Sees said...

Beautiful color and lighting.

Daniel LaFrance said...

Pretty perfect!

I bet the folks living downtown aren't too happy with the noise etc.

Linda W. said...

I love tigerlilies! You got a great shot of them.

Mary said...

Ooo, this lily is lovely! We love to visit Mt. St. Helens too. It's beautiful.

Hilde said...

Hi Laura, So beautiful!!! the sharpness is not perfect but in this photo it gives a special effect, a bit mysterious, and I like it that way!!! The colours of the flowers and the background matches perfectly!!!
hugs from Belgium, Hilde
http://stapjesonderweg.blogspot.be/

Sharon said...

Beautiful flower! I love the color and the lighting. Enjoy your exploring!

W. Latane Barton said...

I'm thinking that the chipmunk wishes you had brought something to eat, too. Little beggar that he is.

Nancy said...

A gorgeous lily and sounds like your visit to Mt. St. Helen's was a great one.

Stephanie said...

Very pretty.