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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Lanterns and Water Drops . . .

 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 


 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
chinese lanterns
vases and places
water drops 
 changing seasons
autumn
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16 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

the shadow shot in the middle is WONDERFUL! so pretty, lynne!

missy said...

I'm looking forward to fall..My favorite..Pretty pictures..

Lynn said...

Stunning in their simplicity.

laura.forestdreams:) said...

oh i LOVE them!!!!!
the bright green and orange...the glass jars...beautiful!!!

i wonder if they would grow down here...i'll have to look them up!

Jill said...

Gorgeous!

eileeninmd said...

Lovely flowers and images, Lynne. I love the shot of the Lantern and the shadows. Hope you are having a great weekend.

donna said...

So simple and so beautiful. Years ago at a different house I planted Chinese Lantern and someone warned me to be careful because of how invasive they can be. Turned out I didn't really have a problem with them but they weren't nearly as pretty as yours.

donna said...

So simple and so beautiful. Years ago at a different house I planted Chinese Lantern and someone warned me to be careful because of how invasive they can be. Turned out I didn't really have a problem with them but they weren't nearly as pretty as yours.

Gail said...

I have always loved this flower. You have captured its many faces beautifully.

Carol said...

The lanterns always remind me of Fall. Are they from your garden?

Anonymous said...

Very pretty and colorful ! Lynne, how was that book I saw on the table ? I have seen it in Barnes & Noble a few times. Love a good Irish story or history of it !

dee dee said...

Happy, Happy Autumn!
So beautiful!
dee dee

At Home in English Valley said...

Hi Lynne, Here I go again with the wonder of nature, a treasure at every turn. The leaf looks like a poinsettia, I wonder if they are in the same family. You took some really wonderful photos, and in my favorite of all, the blue canning jar! Have a great week my friend. Love, Penny

Terrie said...

So pretty lanterns. I don't know these are called "Chinese Lantern" fruit. Just love the bright and cheerful orange/yellow color. Fall is drawing and our Chinese Mid Autumn is approaching. That means lanterns are going to hang on. Loving it.

Kerin said...

Good morning Lynne!
Wow! I LOVE how the lanterns look in your vase!
You are so right... the lanterns look so nice in that vase!

You have convinced me, I need to see if I can grow some lanterns next summer.

Enjoy these last lazy days of summer.

Smiles :)
K.

Rain said...

Beautiful shots Lynne!! I've always wanted to grow these-but no luck! Are these from your garden!
Rain