Its an aww moment.. Beautiful. I took photos last week and this. I need time to edit..Loved these.
The yellow of these flowers is so vibrant! I love the beautiful leaves too. And thank you, as always, for your beautiful words x
it's amazing how sometimes nature perfectly reflects things going on in our lives (if I interpreted that correctly!)
Such softness and delight... I like the silvery-green of the dusty miller with the golden yellows--lovely pairing! :o) Happy Week, Elk ((HUGS))
Hey Elk, hope you have a blissful and relaxing time ... enjoy.
Pffff gorgeous colors here ELK. And love your header too.Amazing how something simple can look so awsome.Dagmar
your dwelling in the presentlooks so good on you.yellow flower love, xox
thank you for the gift of a moment...wishing you well. xx
i like seeing the difference in the buds and flowering.
So grateful to thoselittle yellow beautiesfor singing you strongthis week...may your life's gardenblossom beautifullyin warm sunshineand gentle showers.Blessings on your soiland soul:)-Jen
wishing you quiet beauty in your tending ...
this post gave me pause, so many levels here, lovelyxoxo, hope you are well my friend
beautiful as always. happy tending, friend.
l really like grey foliage. Hope you are having a wonderful time away from your computer.
the light, it's so perfect. xo
my dear elaine, i will miss you. but yes, tending to the garden of life... this is what matters. thank you for leaving us with this beautiful post...
Fun to see them bloom before our very eyes. Enjoy your tending.
What a wonderful way to look at things - the 'garden of life'. Hope your time is special and good!
So lovely and soothing with your words. Have fun tending!
Wow Elk, the synchronicity of things sometimes leaves me stunned. I have been immersing myself in images popping with yellows… and you post these! Tiny little suns, so beautiful! x Alisa
Thank you for sharing the unfolding beauty.
What wonderful photos-- your shots are so clear and sharp--excellent. And, yes, we all need to tend to the garden of life (so well put). I, especially need to water and fertilize a little more and pull some of those "weeds" out. Hope your daughter has a wonderful summer. Mine just moved up to Kansas City to start Physical Therapy school. I'm certainly going to miss her. Mickie :)
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