where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 23, 2016 § 10 Comments
defy the drought
and celebrate the heat
Tagged: august heat, blaze, celebrate, defiance, defy, drought, full sun, garden, heat, last hurrah, late summer garden, rocks, shade, shadow and light
I am spell bound by your work. The words are in perfect tandem with the image.Love them
Gorgeous forms and colors, a delightful eyeful.
What a glorious sight – the perennial garden’s “last hurrah” before Fall arrives..!
What a lovely flower garden.
Gorgeous! Love the rock border on this bed, too. You have flowers which seem to thrive on the worst summer can send them ❤ ❤ ❤
Nice to see a thriving little patch in the hot dry summer we’ve had!
A petal parade :)– lovely
Lovely bright colours.
As was reported in our local paper about an Amish farmer’s response to a neighbor’s passing question about the August heat, “Yep, ain’t it great!”
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