"A good photograph is knowing where to stand" Ansell Adams.

Monday, July 29, 2013

stills:: a morning in my garden

I spent a bit of time in the garden this week,
beautiful morning light..
..and I'm very grateful to the people who lived in our house before us who planted jonquil 'erlicheer' bulbs.
For the last 11 winters we've enjoyed these amazing blooms.

..and after pruning the roses we've got some buds already :)

joining in with Em at the beetleshack

14 comments:

  1. I can almost smell those jonqils! So beautifully photographed. Kellie xx

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  2. Hi there, popping over from The Beetle Shack, beautiful pictures of the flowers in the morning light. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia

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  3. the perfume from these flowers would have been lovely and sweet in the morning light. lovely photos x mandi

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  4. Love these Leanne, can't believe you have a rose bud already! Mine have a long way to go. Beautiful pix as always. Have a lovely week xx

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  5. beautiful shots, love the light composition of the first one.

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  6. Yes - what simply stunning light! I find your "winter" quite amazing in its beauty.

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  7. The light in each of these is so beautiful, Leanne.

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  8. I got home from hockey late on Sunday and the perfume of the erlicheers at our front door was so intense - amazing aren't they?
    Lovely garden shots Leanne
    x

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  9. Definitely a beautiful garden and the light is amazing!

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  10. Gorgeous images! I especially love the first one, incredible light!

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  11. Very beautiful, Leanne. That first shot is truly stunning.
    Ronnie xo

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  12. you must be looking forward to spring, love your daffodils! it is so unbelievably hot here in London.

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  13. I love the Ansel Adams quote. Great blog title.

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  14. Love that gorgeous morning light and your daffodils are so pretty. Beautiful shots. Happy weekend. :)

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