The beauty from the gardens is popping out everywhere. Almost everyday i am discovering a new bloom in my gardens. After our long cold dreary winter and rainy cloudy cold spring, this is such a welcome relief!
Now if we can just get rid of these hot humid and rainy days, I will be so happy!
It is week 15 of my Picture Inspiration class. I have not participated in a few weeks...i have been sick sick sick. But i dare to say, that i think i am finally on the road to recovery.
This week's assignment is double vision. We were to take a photo of the same object from two different angles; from the ground up and then a bird's eye view.
It is amazing how this same flower can look so different just by changing your position!
From the ground up...
a bird's eye view...
This clematis has a special place in my heart and garden. About three years ago i was at one of my favorite garden centers when i noticed this beautiful clematis. I picked it up to look at it more closely when i discovered that it was named after me!!!
Mrs. N Thompson
Well, i suppose it was not me they named this beauty after, but i knew that she was coming home with me!
My sister~ in~law once told me that the first year you plant a clematis, they sleep.
The second year, they creep.
And the third year, they leap.
I am now at the third year and it is sure leaping!
Until next time~