Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Down My Garden Path Today......


A five minute break spent in my garden, camera in hand....

before returning to my workroom.....

to work on some new ideas that are buzzing around in my head!
Hope you enjoyed a few rays today, too.
Niki x

12 comments:

  1. Your garden is beautiful!! Yes I have enjoyed the sun too today. Here in Holland you feel almost guilty if you stay inside on a day like this. We have too many rainy and/or cloudy days, but it was no punishment to be at a flea market in the sun, lol. Hope you'll enjoy more days of sunshine! Cheers, LiLi

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  2. tiffany~shabbyscraps10:15 pm

    gorgeous garden Niki, Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo, Tiffany

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  3. Love the bread bin flower pot! We have a pile of those in the barn - they are very useful for storing bird food and grass seed but much prettier as a plant pot! t.x

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  4. Love the look of your garden its charming and I love the bread pail that's so cute!
    Take care,
    Diane

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  5. Hi Niki ,
    What a lovely garden, you have made your home so beautiful..
    Thank you for showing us.
    Debbie

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  6. Hello Niki, your garden is looking so beautiful and so wonderful and densely planted. Mine is looking a bit windswept since the weekend! I'm hoping to catch some rays today. Have a good day
    Kimx

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  7. Lovely ..I could spend hours just looking at other people's gardens!
    Sal;-)

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  8. I love all your architechtural plants..my garden is too tiny for gunneras and globe thistles, but I love them! your garden looks gorgeous..I have the same chimney pot as you!

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  9. It's usually sunny here in the west but your garden is much more luxurious than mine, dumpling!! Just gorgeous.
    Smoochies,
    Connie

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  10. Your garden looks very pretty. Especially like the bread bin used as a planter.

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  11. What a stunning garden path you have Niki! I love your chimney pot and enamel bread pot ~ they make lovely planters!

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  12. So lovely! thanks for sharing!

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Thank you for finding the time to visit me...
Niki xx