Beautiful, Sophie!! We feel totally refreshed!-Bart, Ruby and Otto
Such a great feeling!
Ahhhh, I can smell it, Sophie!
We have great noses don't we!
Another gorgeous walk. Great way to start the day.XXXOOO Bella & Roxy
and end the day too, if need be!
Beautiful! Our warm weather came early and everything is advanced this year...now complaints here as summers are always way too short for me! I do love all your beaches the most, such a great variety of lovely places to go.
We are still cool but I hear warmer temps are heading east!!Hugs!
Your blog looks just beautiful, Sophie! We can't wait to see more of your beautiful flowers!Love ya lots♥Mitch and Molly
Thanks you guys!!!Daddy Ron keeps upping his game and this 'look' won out!!
Wow! Look at those flowers!
They are very prolific this year because of our cool temps and minimal bugs too!!
Oh my...that is spectacular! I bet it smells heavenly!
The buzzing of bees / the wafts of slight breezes / but only a faint fragrance ~~~ not all beauties are scented.That's Ok though! Sophie enjoys her sojourn ending up with petals all over her usually!
beautiful-thanks for the reminder-I must get out for a walk more
Every day or else ~~ do you hear me!!!!!?
Hey SD! Your post is beautiful!! I'd walk through those vibrant pink flowers any day. I love your header ~ Is that Mr. Orangie at the bottom of the hole. Did you two have a falling out, or are you trying to protect him? Best of all though is this amazing photo that I'm typing on top of. It's spectacular! A little while ago, Noreen unlocked a secret gate, led us through a wet, green forest, and into her secret garden. Everything is so GREEN after the high plains! Eye popping green! Have a happy day!
The azaleas this year seems to be neon / fluorescent ~~~ with the grey skies and diffused light it makes the blooms that much more vibrant.Yup, Mr. O is hiding again and as I told Jean in New Zealand ~ Sophie is on her way for a visit with Mr. O!Noreen, the beauty Queen (winks) must have a massive green thumb !!!!YAY!!
Back again, SD! I went back and read your recent posts. I was fascinated with the sea gooseberries. I don't think I've seen them before. Of all the beautiful photos, the best was you coming our of the canal with Mr. Orangie among the dandelions and clover! I thing England and France are having a cool, wet spring too! Happy days to you!
We were fascinated with the sea goosberries as well, so we thought we would share them with everyone!Sophie has this knack of making a picture just about perfect when she doesn't know the camera is on her. She doesn't really like the "BIG EYE" staring at her all the time.Sorry Sophe, but a guy's gotta do what a guy's gotta do!!Take more pictures!R
Thanks for the invitation, Sophie! What a lucky girl you are to have such beauty greet you in the mornings. Say "hi" to that fellah of yours, will you? He sure knows how to capture those good times, doesn't he?
You, Bill and BJ are more than welcome to get lost in my backyard, Carol ~~~ even if it's on the internet!
Great! As if my allergies weren't bad enough today... But it was worth it!
Spring allergies can be more than an annoyance ~~ Poor Jim is suffering from a major cold right now with dash of allergies!!Neti Pot for sure!
This 'DOODLE' is looking forward to your comment....don't be shy...all I do is SNIFF & LICK!